Beggar's Feast by Randy Boyagoda
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Beggar's Feast Summary
Sam Kandy, born to low prospects in a Ceylon village in 1899, dies a hundred years later as the wealthy headman of the same village - a self-made shipping magnate and the father of sixteen whos been married three times and widowed twice.
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"Starred Review. Prepare for a verbal feast that will thoroughly entertain and satisfy, yet leave you hungering for more." - Kirkus
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Randy Boyagoda's first novel, Governor of the Northern Province, was critically acclaimed and long-listed for the Scotiabank Giller Prize.
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