Dreams of leaving

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Atheneum, 1988 - Fiction - 435 pages
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Twenty-four years after escaping from a village outside London where a vigilant police force--headed by the sinister Inspector Peach--prevents inhabitants from leaving, Moses Highness must once again meet his adversary

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Moses Highness lives in London, on the dole, in a careless existence of parties, booze, and drugs. Raised in a pleasant foster home, he has only a vague wish to know about his real parents. Like his ... Read full review


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