Synopses & Reviews
Brian Marley, winner of Britain's ultimate reality TV show, survives a helicopter crash only to find himself in the midst of a jungle-island village founded by survivors of another plane crash?one that took place in 1958. With rescue imminent, Brian discovers that the seemingly idyllic community?modeled after pre-Sixties England and overseen by a stern Headmaster?is founded on a far more sinister premise. Satirical and insightful, Speak for England is a story of the clash between English cultures separated by fifty years of history. The Observer called James Hawes 'the funniest British novelist writing today'. Speak for England proves it, over and over again.