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In 2011, the people of Syria finally said ‘no more’. They’d had enough of the awful dictator Bashar al-Assad. So they rose up in a revolution. It should have been a victory for freedom. But it went wrong – and plunged the country into years of civil war. That’s the backdrop to this graphic novel: the story of an ordinary family of four from Aleppo. When a bomb strike destroys their home, they have no choice but to run for their lives. From the wretched refugee camps of Lebanon to jihadi militants and ruthless people-smugglers, they face all kinds of dangers. How will they survive?
- An incredibly powerful graphic novel of hope and survival
- Written by former Lebanon Star reporter Samya Kullab
- Masterfully maps the Syrian conflict and its human cost
- Told in the relatable voice of whip-smart young Amina
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