Children of the Revolution by Feroze Dada


Hardback, first edition, published 2014

There is now a second edition available, in paperback and hardback


Set against Burma’s long and violent struggle for freedom, a powerful and compelling story of heroism and hope.

“This is a True Story…about a Burmese freedom fighter, a monk and 600 abandoned children. It’s about our journey together against the backdrop of a beautiful and remote lake community in what has been one of the most turbulent and dangerous regions of what is now Myanmar. Like most journeys, I found myself setting off for one destination only to arrive at another. I thought I was writing one story only to discover that there were deeper layers that I hadn’t uncovered yet. I thought I was writing about one man, only to meet another. Each encounter brought me closer to discovering something new about myself. I was beginning to turn the pages on a new and exciting chapter in my own life.”

Feroze Dada was born in Karachi. He has lived and worked for most of his life in London. He is a qualified chartered accountant and chartered tax advisor. This is his first book, but hopefully not his last. Feroze travelled with MuMu (Farida) Dada – photographer, interpreter and guide. MuMu was born in Taunggyi, Burma and then lived in Karachi. She currently runs the family’s property business in London. MuMu and Feroze met in London and were married in Pakistan. They have two grown up children, Sumaya and Nadir, and divide their time between their homes in London and Italy.

Additional information

Weight 0.675 kg
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 2 cm


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