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on 26 June 2017
This was on my required reading list for my degree. The book took some getting used to, thanks to Sevlon writing in the authentic "voice" of West Indian Migrant, Moses, during 1950s London. Once I adapted to this writing/reading style I found The Lonely Londoners to be an enjoyable read. Pages 92-102 were difficult and confusing (there wasn't a single full stop, comma, or anything to break it up).
Over all a good read, and a great insight into the West Indian migrant experience during 1950s Britain.