Incomparable world: a novel

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G. Braziller, Aug 1, 1998 - Fiction - 213 pages
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A novel on the black population of 18th century London, centered on three soldiers who fought on the loyalist side in the American Revolution. They avail themselves of a British offer of asylum, but once in Britain are forced into crime to survive.

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After the American Revolutionary War, blacks who could prove they fought with the British were evacuated with the troops. Among them were Buckram and Georgie, the protagonists of Martin's intriguing ... Read full review

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Very interesting to see what the world used to be like for us. Humour inside made me chuckle in places, but felt incredibly sorry for the protagonist. Glad he got a happy ending of sorts... And Charlotte? well... lol Read full review


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