Ariadna Bazaga, Exmouth Carnegie Collective
The Bone Sparrow
This book really opened my eyes up to the all-too-real situation in refugee camps and the discrimination and hatred towards Rohingya people and I'm sure it impacted other people's views of humanity in general as well.
This book was also very gripping from start to end and Zana Fraillon did a very good job at describing the conditions in this place in a way that really makes the reader feel that they are there and are involved in the story.
Posted on: 12th May 2017 at 11:02 pm
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