Daughter of War

Daughter of War

A Novel

Book - 2008
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After surviving the Armenian genocide in Turkey during World War I, a teenager disguised as an Arab undertakes a dangerous journey back to Turkey to reunite with his betrothed and her sister, who was sold into slavery.
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Fitzhenry & Whiteside, c2008.
ISBN: 9781554550449
1554550440
Branch Call Number: YA FIC Skryp
Characteristics: x, 210 p. : map.

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Fatima Almalki
Aug 12, 2010

i read the first book "Nobody's Child" and I loved it . this is a sequel, and is equally as good. I recommend you read the first one though

Devashar Apr 03, 2010

This book is nothing but sad but I love the ending, it makes me think if you have hope good things can happen no matter what. I kind of wish the author wrote a sequel.

ringette14 Apr 01, 2009

Daughter of war is a great book if you enjoy heart breaking sences. Its filled with love, anger, hiding, desaese, friends, and foes. I would recamend this book for it gets you to think not just of your selves but of others in the world. :- )

book_wurm Apr 01, 2009

I really enjoyed this book because it touches upon a subject that a lot of people don't know about. The Armenian Genocide is quite unknown to many people and this if a tragedy. This novel really opens your eyes to the atrocities commited to the Armenians. In addition, the author included elements of romance, friendship, and determination which makes the book appealing to not only females, but males as well. Everyone should read this book!!!

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