The Bone Sparrow
Subhi lives in a camp. Not a fun-and-sun summer camp, but a permanent camp for refugees in Australia. He was born there and has never known what it was like to eat real food or sleep in a real bed. He shares tent Family 3 with his sister, mother, and a bunch of other people who he isn’t related to. But Subhi is special; he sees things that others don’t see, like the night sea. It comes at night and lifts him up and refreshes him.
The Bone Sparrow is very interesting, and I really liked it. It is one of the best books I have ever done a review on. I think Zana Fraillon did a great job describing the situation, and I would definitely read it again. I liked Subhi a lot, and I especially liked Subhi’s sister, Queeny. I wished it had more detail on what the characters looked like. It was a little hard to imagine them in my head. The story captured my attention and was interesting from the second I started reading it. I loved this story, and I think you’ll love it, too!
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