The Café on Manor Lane: Unabridged edition

By Amelia Kyazze, Read by Jane Ajia

A stranger can change your life in a moment of kindness

1952: Bella is a young French Jew in post-war London, having lost everything in WWII. When she meets Adebayo, a doctor from Nigeria, Archibald’s Café is the only place they feel like they belong.

1977: With London consumed by anger, Amara decides to take action.

2010: Gina is a daydreaming artist whose efforts crumble into disaster. Her hopes for a career are over as she finds herself making lattes at the café where her grandparents went on their first date.

Across the lives of three generations of women, London can be a harsh and beautiful place. Yet, chance friendships hold people together, when the world feels like it is falling apart.

Format: Digital Audiobook
Release Date: 09 Aug 2024
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-860591-9
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
Amelia Kyazze is a British–American writer and photographer. Before becoming a full-time writer, Kyazze spent two decades working for different humanitarian and refugee organisations, writing and taking photographs in the Balkans, Africa, and Asia.Kyazze lives with her Ugandan-British husband and two children in Lewisham, southeast London. When not writing or taking photographs, she mentors other writers, facilitates creative writing workshops, and enjoys running, jazz music and London.