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  • Refugee Boy

    I loved the book but feel there's some missing it cant possibly end there.

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  • I enjoyed the Refugee boy very much

    I have enjoyed the Refugee boy very much and I think that Benjamin Zephaniah is a good writer and the other books the face were very good to. I could put them down at tall. And there was more writers like Benjamin Zephaniah. I will give the book three stars.

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  • Bruno Tupinamba

    A five stars worthy novel. I'd recommend it to any literature afionado.

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  • Refugee Boy

    A stunning examination of the plight of refugees, which is all the more powerful today as we deal with a whole new class of political refugees from the United States. How we welcome refugees is critically examined here. Do we welcome them with open arms, respect, and help them adjust to life in a new and strange land, or do we treat them as 'other', to be suspect, and isolated. Alem and his father leave the war zone between Ethiopia and Eritrea for a 'vacation' in London. Alem wakes up two days after his arrival alone. The story follows his struggle for acceptance as a refugee during a time of political hostility to refugees in England. What constitutes a safe place to return to, what constitutes a safe place in a new host country? A great read that will keep you turning the pages.

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  • Brilliant book about the reality of those escaping violence and war.

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