A History of Burning

Janika Oza

EAN:  9781784744809
Publicatie datum:   30-05-2023
Uitvoering:  Paperback / softback
Taal:  Engels
Aantal pagina's:  400

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India, 1898. Pirbhai is thirteen when he steps into a dhow on the vague promise of work; his family is suffering and he will do anything to help. The boat takes him to labour for the British on the East Africa railway. He has no money, no voice, no power - and will make impossible choices in the name of survival.

Sonal is fierce and loving, always willing to fight for what she believes in. When Pirbhai walks into her father's shop, weathered but not broken from his time on the railway, she knows he is part of her future. Together they set out for a new life in Uganda.

So begins the story of their family. Parents, children and grandchildren will scatter across the world, fleeing the brutality of Idi Amin, forging new lives in London, marching for equality in 1990s Canada, searching for a safe mooring.

But under everything lies a secret. And one day, a letter arrives that will fan its embers into a flame.

    EAN: 9781784744809
    Uitgever: Ballantine Books
    Publicatie datum:   30-05-2023
    Uitvoering: Paperback / softback
    Taal: Engels
    Status: Niet op voorraad
    Aantal pagina's: 400