This is a wonderful novel about a pressing humanitarian subject, Syrian refugees and the people who helped, as well as an exploration of identity and loss and triumph.
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This is a book about “survivor’s guilt,” and also about the terrible loneliness that comes of losing so many whom you love.
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When the septuagenarian protagonist of this novel finally gets out of her claustrophobic apartment, everything changes.