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"Some books I write for fun; some I write because there's an important story to be told. Colourblind is one of the latter. I am not a messenger (I reserve that for the fine workers at the Postal Service!) but I do think there are several important messages to be taken from this book. I trust you get them."
Nailah Folami Imoja

Colourblind tells the story of two 12-year-olds –Ajani Burke, a black Barbadian, and Alec Sinclair, son of British ex-patriots living in Barbados – who attend Tri-Parish Boys’ Secondary School.

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

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