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Top 40 Book Club : 2011
8 9 This character-driven novel is a truly excellent read. Each chapter provides an alternate perspective from one of the many characters, whose London lives are all interconnected. Polly Noble, a human rights lawyer and single mother sees both sides of the city’s immigrant populations. She supports them, yet also exploits them. This novel follows Polly and other characters – London locals, immigrants and visitors – through isolation, dangers and decisions. A great book club read, raising discussion about immigration, the sex trade, education and isolation in big cities. ‘ . ..a great book club read, raising discussion about immigration, the sex trade, education and isolation. . . hEarTs and minds // amanda craig // Book cluB reads Top