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  • Bali Rai's mixture of third and first-person narrative serves to heighten tension while the city scene depictions are sordid and threatening . . . a well paced thriller

    Lesley Agnew, The Bookseller
  • Exhilirating sequel to The Crew . . . unflinching and authentic

    Publishing News
  • Expertly paced . . . the ending is tragic, but the energy and verbal brilliance evident on every page also convey hope . . . An author to watch out for

    Nick Tucker, TES
  • Rai holds his reader with a convincing, disturbing portrait of excluded people struggling for something better . . . a thought-provoking, eye-opening picture

    Irish Times
  • A hard-hitting, totally convincing and yet strangely sympathetic tale of life on the streets of our cities today


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