Hearts And Minds (Paperback)
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Hearts And Minds (Paperback)

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Paperback 432 Pages / Published: 04/02/2010
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Rich or poor, five people, seemingly very different, find their lives in the capital connected in undreamed-of ways. There is Job, the illegal mini-cab driver whose wife in Zimbabwe no longer answers his letters; Ian, the idealistic supply teacher in exile from South Africa; Katie from New York, jilted and miserable as a dogsbody at a political magazine, and fifteen-year-old Anna, trafficked into sexual slavery. Polly Noble, an overworked human rights lawyer, knows better than most how easy it is to fall through the cracks into the abyss. Yet when her au pair, Iryna, disappears, Polly's own needs and beliefs drag her family into a world of danger, deceit and terror.

Riveting, humane, engaging, HEARTS AND MINDS is a novel that is both entertaining and prepared to ask the most serious questions about the way we live.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780349115870
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 292 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 28 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
** 'This is a novel written with passion and moral outrage. It is a vivid portrait of a city that is at once familiar and disconcertingly strange * THE TIMES Joan Smith *
** 'Rich, Dickensian * SUNDAY TIMES Penny Perrick *
** 'She is a humane writer as well a waspish one and it is the plight of London's migrant workers and sink-school pupils with which she is primarily concerned here, and her passion and care are affecting * OBSERVER Lisa O'Kelly *
** 'There is much in HEARTS AND MINDS to praise . . . The book displays the author's relentless compassion. A large kindness overarches the novel * GUARDIAN Stevie Davies *

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“Fantastic read!”

Amanda Craig's latest novel does not disappoint. Intertwining the lives of five random people from different parts of the globe, but that all now live in London; Craig builds up an image of a city that is quite... More

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“You won't be able to put this down till the end!”

What a wonderful tale of lives in the City. The story is told in five voices. There is Ian, from South Africa who has an idealistic idea of the freedom and lack of violence he expected to find in London. When he is... More

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“Brilliant. Loved it.”

Amanda Craig brilliantly entwines the stories of five characters, migrants and immigrants, living in London.

Polly is an English lawyer who fights the poorly-paid cases of asylum seekers. Ian, from South Africa is... More

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