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River Sing Me Home - A beautiful novel of courage, hope finding family, inspired by

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Informationen zum Autor Eleanor Shearer is a mixed-race writer and the granddaughter of Windrush generation immigrants. She splits her time between London and Ramsgate so that she never has to go too long without seeing the sea. For her Master's degree in Politics at the University of Oxford, Eleanor studied the legacy of slavery and the case for reparations. Her fieldwork was in St. Lucia and Barbados. Klappentext 'Freedom mean something different to me,' she said softly. 'The search, that is the freedom.' 9781472291363 (Also available in ebook and audio) Zusammenfassung A mother's desperate search to find her stolen children and her freedom takes her across the Caribbean in a gripping, moving, redemptive and unforgettable story of survival and hope.

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Authors Eleanor Shearer
Publisher Review Headline
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 02.02.2023
EAN 9781472291363
ISBN 978-1-4722-9136-3
No. of pages 384
Dimensions 162 mm x 236 mm x 38 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

Barbados, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Slavery, FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / Motherhood, Caribbean islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad & Tobago, Slavery & abolition of slavery, Slavery and abolition of slavery

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