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Thought provoking. Deals with the very relevant issue of refugees. There but for the grace of God go I. It shows how we can learn so much from children, their love and acceptance breaks down barriers.
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Based on real refugee camp accounts in Australia. The story carries the tale of dreamlike hope and survival despite the inhuman treatment of some of the most traumatised and vulnerable people in the current crisis.
The story is captivating and the narration really captures the mood and feel. As I was listening I also was following the story in my book, and noticed some words were either left out or added, therefore only four stars.