Can you imagine being just 14 years old and returning home from school to discover that your family have been deported? Diane lived in fear of this, but always hoped it would never happen. In this book, she tells her story. The story of how she coped and survived and built a life for herself against all odds after her nightmare came true.
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Long time, no set TBR! As of Thursday morning, I’m travelling to various cities in the UK to see one of my favourite bands Holding Absence. I’m not bringing any paperpack books so needed space won’t be taken up and also to not have my luggage weigh me down, so I created a collection on my Kindle of books I’d like to read in this time.
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Hi everyone, hope you’re all well! I haven’t been getting through books quickly recently, partially due to mental health stuff and partially because I’ve been busy! I went to Slam Dunk festival on Monday and yesterday to a Sleep On It gig. Hopefully once I catch up on sleep I’ll be back to my usual speeding-through-books mode!
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The 57 Bus tells the true story of two teens who don’t know eachother: an African American teen named Richard, and Agender teen named Sasha, and how their lives collide in November of 2013 when on the bus journey home they’re on together for 8 minutes each day, Richard decides to set a light to Sashas skirt while they were napping.
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