Bloodline Bandra is available across South East Asia on the 25th November.

Godfrey Joseph Pereira

The New York Years


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Bloodline Bandra

 

By Godfrey Joseph Pereira

Published by  HarperCollins Publishers India

Bloodline Bandra will be hitting the stands at the end of November.

“I was a ‘Legal Slave’ in New York City for a long time.”

Godfrey Joseph Pereira


 

Bloodline Bandra is a riveting and intense story of love, betrayal, home, homelessness, and identity that draws the reader and never let’s go until the end. It starts off inside the gut of Pali Village in Bandra, Bombay. The story, divided into three parts, starts in India and weaves through the tattered lower middle class fabric of its East Indian people and their lives, painting cacophonic pictures of their everyday social interactions. The East Indians speak a rare form of English that Bloodline Bandra documents; an English that is scorned by outsiders, but the cadence and tone, are a linguistic marvel. This has been documented in a Novel for the first time in the five hundred year history of the East Indians. The language is not fiction and is still spoken by some today in Bandra. Fictitious characters like Salt Peter and Tommy-Eat-Shit-A-Lot reflect the rusted existence and mores of this Village.


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Bloodline Bandra

 

Bloodline Bandra is available for pre-order from:

Flipkart – http://bit.ly/1vCpqjN
Amazon – http://bit.ly/1vCptfx
Infibeam – http://bit.ly/1yQzw4j


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