Pigeon English – Stephan Kelman

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Ghana migrant Harrison Opoku unbalances the hierarchical balance in his community when he speaks out about the murder of school mate.

✔ “Pigeon English is told from the point of view of the young protagonist and does wander off plot a bit. But, ultimately, the story of poor immigrants struggling to get by in first world countries is equally heartwarming and harrowing, making it a personable tale.” – Rachel

✔ “And from me” – Suzy

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Published 2011
Bloomsbury Publishing
288 pages

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