Picture of Nobody (2020)

Picture of Nobody Tommy lives with his family in Ajax a small town close to Toronto His parents are Ismaili Muslims who immigrated to Canada before Tommy was born Tommy a shy chubby seventeen year old feels like an
  • Title: Picture of Nobody
  • Author: Rabindranath Maharaj
  • ISBN: 9781926583280
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Picture of Nobody
    Tommy lives with his family in Ajax, a small town close to Toronto His parents are Ismaili Muslims who immigrated to Canada before Tommy was born Tommy, a shy, chubby seventeen year old, feels like an outsider The arrest of a terrorist group in Toronto turns Tommy s world upside down No one noticed him before Now, he experiences the sting of racism at the local coffeeTommy lives with his family in Ajax, a small town close to Toronto His parents are Ismaili Muslims who immigrated to Canada before Tommy was born Tommy, a shy, chubby seventeen year old, feels like an outsider The arrest of a terrorist group in Toronto turns Tommy s world upside down No one noticed him before Now, he experiences the sting of racism at the local coffee shop where he works part time A group of young men who hang out at the coffee shop begin to bully him In spite, Tommy commits an act of revenge against the group s ringleader.
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    One Reply to “Picture of Nobody”

    1. A great book for young readers, about a shy 17 year old who experiences racism, set in Ajax, Ontario The family was originally from India, then Uganda, then Australia, then Canada starting in New Brunswick and then Ontario A quick read, but there are a lot of themes here to explore, about bullying and racism, family migrations around the globe, and about choosing who you want to be and how you want to respond to adversity.

    2. Very slow moving and, I think, too subtle for an ESL novel Too many characters actions were never fully explained The father s Shakespearean quotes are pretty challenging for native English speakers

    3. I found the plot just didn t have much to it If the characters actions were wrapped up a bit it could have gained a star

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