Colourblind

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Colourblind tells the story of two 12-year-olds – Ajani Burke and Alec Sinclair – who attend Tri-Parish Boys’ Secondary School in Barbados.

At first divided by Ajani’s racist tendencies and Alec’s aberrant behaviour, the boys are forced to form an alliance which fast becomes friendship as they battle a common obstacle – the school-based gang called the Tri-P Slayers. More

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About Nailah

Nailah is a Barbadian/British writer.

A teacher by day, she has been published in numerous anthologies and is the author of 13 novellas. These include titles from her Romance Series – Caribbean Passion. One of these short novels, Pick of the Crop, was published by Heinemann Publishing (Oxford) in 2004.

Her greatest opus thus far is her daughter.

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Review by: Nicki King on Oct. 27, 2011 :
This book is really well written. I could not put it down. There are at least three main stories written into this one book and each of them is fascinating in itself. I was really going through the emotions while reading this! So all in all a great read and a few wonderful lessons to learn by all!
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