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    My Last Lament is a worthy read.

    My Last Lament is told by Aliki. She witnesses her father’s murder while in Greece during WWII. The story she tells starts at her childhood and continues throughout her life. There was so much death, poverty, and hope within Aliki’s story. This story is written as if Aliki is speaking directly to the reader. I felt like I was having a personal conversation with her and I was connected to her. I could feel her pain, her worries, and her hope in the future. She was such a strong and amazing character that I found myself looking up to her. Her determination to make a life for herself and those who are important to her made her a hero of her time. I was in awe of all that she did without yet when someone else was in need she never hesitated to offer her help. My Last Lament is a worthy read. It is not a light or easy story but one that will stay with you.

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