Nobody Saw No One by Steve Tasane

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For fans of Benjamin Zephaniah, Kevin Brooks and Melvin Burgess: "Like being blasted in the face with a water cannon - absolutely vivid"-Guardian Children's Books Site. Oliver Twist revisited for fans of Benjamin Zephaniah, Kevin Brooks and Melvin Burgess: "A pacey thriller with an underlying social commentary." -The Bookbag, 5* review Contemporary London - a gang of shoplifters up Seven Sisters Rd, snatching smartphones and stealing identities. Angel-faced Alfi Spar has fled the Tenderness Residential Unit and finds himself on the streets, until his old mate from the home, Citizen Digit, offers him a roof. But their past at Tenderness House is not ready to release them; the boys saw something nobody should see, and the badness is coming after them. 'Performance poet Steve Tasane brings style and originality to this modern-day take on Oliver Twist ...highly recommended' Sunday Express 'Amazing stuff' Big Issue
 

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Published June 4, 2015 by Walker Books Ltd. 320 pages
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The Bookbag

That’s how one of the two main characters – Citizen Digit – describes this story on the first page of Nobody Saw No One and it’s a pretty good summary of this modern retelling of Oliver Twist.

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