Not Quite the Full Chapati

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It began in 1964. A small glimpse of Pakistan in the North of England. Janice Saheed is no stranger to racism. Her husband was one of the first Asians to settle in England and when on the first day at school her four year old daughter Joanna meets Helen, a lifelong friendship is forged. Based on a true story, twenty-four years on, Joanna is still struggling with her own identity and having to cope with racism, and yet against her advice, Helen???s fascination with Asian culture, leads her to Rahim Ismail, a handsome dentist. In her struggle to understand why they can never be together, Helen makes a dramatic decision that will change her life forever, but what happens when her father becomes ill and Rahim comes back on the scene? Meanwhile Joanna???s father refuses to acknowledge his daughter???s marriage and Helen???s father must step in and battle against all odds to do the right thing for his ???adopted??? daughter. A story of true friendship, love and happiness, racism and heartbreak.


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Author(s) - Kath Hirani


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ISBN - 9781909644151

Dimensions - 19.7 x 13.2 x 2.9 cm

Page Count - 356

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