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We are on our way.' 'Where to?' Lal asked curtly. They were obviously continuing
a debate begun earlier. I rose to find a chair for the man, who seemed to balance
on one leg, but he waved it aside and replied to Lal. 'To power.' 'In parliament?
he asked, and then taking Vijay by the elbow, ushered him towards the club. '
Come in anyway and have a drink,' he said warmly. Vijay drew back instinctively,
muttering that all he wanted was a few minutes with Mr Mendis. 'Let's go in and
he asked. 'I am not hungry. I ate something earlier.' Vijay sank his teeth into a
piece of thora. 'Did you see the solicitor, then?' asked Manel. 'Hmm.' 'And is the
land sold?' Vijay did not answer. 'We could do with the money.' 'There's no money
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First published in Britain, a novel that movingly details how three generations of idealists try to find meaning and purpose as their country, Sri Lanka, becomes another killing field. The author ... Read full review