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Doris, Mana Lala, Popo and Rosie. They will never forget the notorious Boysie Singh, but we will never forget them, women who in trying and ultimately failing to shape the man end up shaping themselves. These women know they are the kind who end up in stories people whisper about. And too often when women tell stories of men, they vanish in the process. But with Ingrid Persaud's, assured, wizened and brilliant hand at the pen, these women instead become vitally, thrillingly, and unforgettably alive. - Marlon James

Energetic . . . One of the chief delights [...] is the Trinidad dialect of the characters: its rhythms and musicality. - Irish Times

Book Description

An unforgettable story of four incredible women: this novel combines the depth, and flair of The Seven Moons Maali Almeida with the devastating brilliance and truth of A Brief History of Seven Killings.

About the Author

Ingrid Persaud's debut novel, Love After Love, won the Costa First Novel award, the Author's Club First Book Award and the Indie Book Award for Fiction. Other prizes include the BBC National Short Story Award and the Commonwealth Short Story Prize. She was born in Trinidad and lives in London.
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The Lost Love Songs Of Boysie Singh

The Lost Love Songs Of Boysie Singh

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  • ISBN: 9780571386505
  • Author: Ingrid Persaud
  • Publisher: Faber And Faber
  • Pages: 544
  • Format: Paperback
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Doris, Mana Lala, Popo and Rosie. They will never forget the notorious Boysie Singh, but we will never forget them, women who in trying and ultimately failing to shape the man end up shaping themselves. These women know they are the kind who end up in stories people whisper about. And too often when women tell stories of men, they vanish in the process. But with Ingrid Persaud's, assured, wizened and brilliant hand at the pen, these women instead become vitally, thrillingly, and unforgettably alive. - Marlon James

Energetic . . . One of the chief delights [...] is the Trinidad dialect of the characters: its rhythms and musicality. - Irish Times

Book Description

An unforgettable story of four incredible women: this novel combines the depth, and flair of The Seven Moons Maali Almeida with the devastating brilliance and truth of A Brief History of Seven Killings.

About the Author

Ingrid Persaud's debut novel, Love After Love, won the Costa First Novel award, the Author's Club First Book Award and the Indie Book Award for Fiction. Other prizes include the BBC National Short Story Award and the Commonwealth Short Story Prize. She was born in Trinidad and lives in London.

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