November 24, 2009

Yolanda Christian

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The Girl in Peckham & Kowloon

Jolienta dos Rem├ędios has never heard of Kowloon. The best she can do is capture Peckham High Street on canvas, because “there’s a bond between people and places”. There again, flatmates Tom and Kris might subdue her focus, but Master of Aquatint Paolo de Silva reboots it . . . Macau—a Portuguese colony? Kowloon—occupied by the British? What does it all mean?

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Praise for 'The Girl in Peckham & Kowloon':

“After the end of Portuguese Macau all the memories start fading and each time an old person dies is a moment of no return. That’s why your interpretation is so valid and useful.”
Dr. Jorge Forjaz, author of Familias Macaenses

Longlisted by the Mslexia Novel Competition


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