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Between Us Mobi ✓ Download ☆ Mbjuk Ô Is it possible for two very different teenagers to fall in love despite high barbed wire fences and a political wilderness between them?Anahita is passionate curious and determined She is also an Iranian asylum seeker who is only allowed out of detention to attend school On weekdays during scOrk as a guard at the Wickham Point Detention Centre He tells Anahita to look out for Jono at school but uickly comes to regret this spiraling into suspicion and mistrust Who is this girl really? What is her story? Is she a genuine refugee or a ueue jumper? As Jono and Anahita grow closer Kenny starts snooping behind the scenes I walk to the gatecarryingmy heartin my handsCan't anyone see ithaemorrhagingin my palms?Can't they seethe bloodtrailing meon the ground?Apart from currently haemorrhaging all over the place I have never read such a true to life ending in a bookAnd I finished 2 days before Book group Wow I'll have to say after book group I'm going whether my teeth are killing me or not off to the dentist tomorrow and I know it'll be horrific

Reader ´ ↠ Clare Atkins

Ustralian girl’Jono needs the distraction of an infatuation In the past year his mum has walked out he’s been dumped and his sister has moved away Lost and depressed Jono feels as if he’s been left behind with his Vietnamese single father KennyKenny is struggling to work out the rules in his new job; he recently started w Reading the last few pages of Between Us has left me feeling helpless and powerless I want everyone to read this book now

Clare Atkins ↠ Between Us Epub

Between UsIs it possible for two very different teenagers to fall in love despite high barbed wire fences and a political wilderness between them?Anahita is passionate curious and determined She is also an Iranian asylum seeker who is only allowed out of detention to attend school On weekdays during school hours she can be a ‘regular A This is a book which packs a punch Ana is an Iranian asylum seeker who with her mother and brother have been moved from Nauru to Darwin waiting for her mother to give birth While in the Detention Centre she is able to attend the local high school where she meets and forms a friendship with the brooding JonoThe book is narrated in short chapters of a page or two by either Ana Jono or Jono's dad who has recently started work at the Detention Centre The book sadly tells of the frustrations and lack of freedom held by Ana and her family as they undergo the daily dehumanisation of Australia's border protection processes It also covers the way the guards look at the asylum seekers and the difficulties they face in doing their job Jono and Ana are reluctant to share their feelings their pasts and what issues they are dealing with So miscommunication the impact of words or lack thereof and misunderstandings are also well handedThe book is aimed at the YA market But I found it to be as good as anything I have read in showing the asylum seekers as people trapped in a web of confusion sadness lack of hope and lack of compassion