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Paperback 304 Pages / Published: 02/08/2012
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Afghanistan. In the heat and dust, young British army medic Elinor Nielson watches an Afghan girl walk into a hail of bullets. But when she runs to help, Ellie finds her gone. Who is she? And what's happened to her? What Ellie discovers makes her question everything she believes in - even her feelings for the American lieutenant who takes her side.

Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
ISBN: 9781908435170
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 198 x 128 x 18 mm

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“informative if not always realistic”

This book has a lot of good things to talk about. It was very easy to read, a little bit to do with the sometimes-simplistic vocabulary (but this of course is perfect for its target readership) but mainly because the... More

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“Refreshingly different and subtly revealing”

Who is the young girl Private Elinor Nielson meets out on her first patrol in Afghanistan? A lost child? There is something mysterious about her that Ellie just can’t put her finger on. But when her and her team keep... More

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“Informational as well as great fiction”

My first thoughts on this book were that I hoped it wasn’t going to be too ‘war-like’ and all action. However I was very pleasantly surprised. David Massey has managed to create a book that is informational, thought... More

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