The Year in San Fernando
Twelve-year-old Francis, the son of a very poor widow living in a Trinidadian village, is given the chance to go to San Fernando to work as a servant companion. It seems a great opportunity, but Francis has never seen a town, or been away from his family, and he is very afraid.
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Review: The Year in San FernandoUser Review - Kitania Queen - Goodreads
Very captivating coming of age novel, with great focus on the historic culture of San Fernando. The imagery is vivid and the narrative encloses the reader in the plot. 8/10 thumbs up! Read full review
Review: The Year in San FernandoUser Review - Orlando Fato - Goodreads
"The Year in San Fernando" is in fact a good book. From beginning to end, it has a solid plot and Michael Anthony does a very good job at giving you a sense of place. Francis' first experiences in a ... Read full review