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    Moving, challenging, revealing

    This was an excellent and really thought-provoking book that worked on several levels. We experienced the horror of war and the isolation of being a refugee. We saw the best and worst of human nature, among both the "natives" and immigrants portrayed. The dynamic between the main characters was equally powerful and sometimes heart-breaking. The way that their relationship responded to their situation is incredibly moving as it switched between relative vulnerability and safety. This book was not a comfortable read, but I would highly recommend it and I doubt anyone would reach the end without having posed some serious questions about themselves and their attitudes to others.
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