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A visceral reimagining of 1780s London, showcasing the untold stories of African-American soldiers grappling with their post-war freedom
In the years just after the American revolution, London was the unlikely refuge for thousands of black Americans who fought for liberty on the side of the British.
Buckram, Georgie and William have earned their freedom and escaped their American oppressors, but on the streets of London, poverty awaits with equal cruelty.
Ruthless, chaotic and endlessly evolving, London forces them into a life of crime, and a life on the margins. Their only hope for a better future is to concoct a scheme so daring, it will be a miracle if it pays off.
Bursting with energy and vivid detail, Incomparable World boldly uncovers a long-buried narrative of black Britain.
'Adventurous and exuberant . . . a rollicking thriller [that] pulsates with vivacity' Bernardine Evaristo
'Remarkable' David Dabydeen
© S. I. Martin 1996 (P) Penguin Audio 2020
The newly launched book series, curated by Bernardine Evaristo, begins with six rediscovered novels by Black authors. Here, we speak to the artists hand-picked to create their covers.
The Booker Prize-winner says she is 'very excited to introduce these books to new readers who will discover their riches.'