On a two-week pilgrimage to South Africa from Rockville, Maryland, 16-year-old Berry and her estranged father attempt to come to terms with the murder, a year earlier, of Berry's sister Laura when she was volunteering at a Capetown school. Angry, sour, and ferociously cynical, Berry struggles with the concept of "truth and reconciliation," both for South Africa and in her personal life. For ages 13 and older.
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I liked it but not as much there was some intresting parts in the story but it was boring the whole story and I didnʻt get it and it wasnʻt that intresting when they were talking.
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i remember that this was a really poigant, deep book, but sadly i also remember it was the first ever book I read that actually swore. I was a little scared of it. Read full review