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Paul Gaya Ochieng Simeon Juma
This book was slow at first, but it got better later on after the appearance of the second cell, Chennier Cell.

A group of young men, known as FLQ, decide to stage a protest against the government of Canada by kidnapping a foreign diplomat. They feel loke the government has let down the people of Canada and they issue a manifesto with several demands to the government of the time to fulfill.

The kidnapping of the diplomat gets the attention of the government, but it is still reluctant to act on
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This is my second reading of this excellent book. It was first gifted to me in the 1970's by someone who felt quite rightly that my Quebécois background would help me appreciate its contents. It is very informative about the Quebec political situation in the late 1960's. Moore captures the French Canadian characters very well. Whilst relating the story as a work of fiction, he kept to the historical truth. I would recommend this book to anyone who might be interested in Canadian history.
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Brian Moore (1921–1999) was born into a large, devoutly Catholic family in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His father was a surgeon and lecturer, and his mother had been a nurse. Moore left Ireland during World War II and in 1948 moved to Canada, where he worked for the Montreal Gazette, married his first wife, and began to write potboilers under various pen names, as he would continue to do throughout ...more
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