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    Disappointed

    While I enjoyed this story, I had expected it to be great. Just soso
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    Everybodys son

    What a great read. It is filled with moments that make you ponder and consider all things in your own life!
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    Finding yourself or fitting in

    This is a very timely book and one that I read after Trevor Noah's "Born a Crime". Now I wish I had a bold group to discuss the two together. Each one faces their race and history differently and each character, the real Trevor and the fictional Anton, comes to understand what it means to be different in a black and white world, both metaphorically and realistically. This book also has its own merits and can stand alone very well. It is a powerful statement about those who would do good when their motives become questionable. Do the ends really justify the means when it comes to opportunity and advantage?
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    Incredibly thought invoking and moral challenging

    Really makes you reconsider time and place, what would happen to a single human put in a different place... Would their personality change, their outlook on other people change, their own morals and goals change? Really enjoyed the read and the challenge on myself to reconsider how I see people and their situations and choices....
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    Everybody's Son

    Couldn't put it down. Thrity remains one of my favourite authors. Touching, relevant and captivating story!
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