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The far-reaching effects of civil war on a child from divided Sarajevo and the foster parents who bring her to England's Oxfordshire.
Posted March 19, 2012
Posted December 23, 2012
Fictional & yet I felt like I was reading about real people. The characters were so believable, the emotions so strong. The author explores what happens to the survivors of war, the foibles of ordinary people, & the indomitable spirit of people to overcome even the most horrendous adversity, especially when guided by an underlying love. It's not maudlin, not sappy, & in many ways unexpected.
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Posted May 18, 2013
Posted December 4, 2012
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