Without Borders: Syria (Paperback)
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Without Borders: Syria (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 28/06/2017
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Ana, a young doctor working at Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan, does not understand the implications of eleven year old Rahim's disclosure until it is too late. The daily trauma she bears witness to takes its toll and she has demons of her own to contend with. Not least, the self-styled mafiosa don who seems to control this camp and his terrifying companion she believes to be a commander with ISIS, Qassem. Aware of the horrors Rahim survived, Ana does not for a moment consider him capable of going back into Syria for the little brother they left behind. Then, one day, he disappears. Compelled to go to their rescue, Ana heads for a secret field hospital in besieged Old Homs but, by the time she arrives, she has barely escaped the clutches of ISIS, putting those who help her in mortal danger. And then she meets Caleb. He came back to help his mother and find his father, a journalist `disappeared' during the first uprisings. They fall in love and, determined to get Ana out as soon as possible, Caleb agrees to help her find the children. All does not go according to plan. Captured by the dreaded Shabiha and handed over to their monstrous leader, Ana experiences herself, both agonising injustice and courageous love. For bound by a dreadful secret, neither Qassem nor Caleb, are who they appear to be. Without ultimate sacrifice, their fateful history looks likely to repeat itself and once again, innocence will pay the price...

Publisher: Troubador Publishing
ISBN: 9781785898471
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm

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“Fast, exciting, heart pumping (and heart breaking) journey through Syria ”

I was shocked by how much I enjoyed reading this book. This is not a book that I would typically pick up, but something about it caught my eye. I do have an interest in learning more about the Civil war in Syria and... More

Paperback edition
5th July 2017
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“Without Borders”

Without Borders" is a book set in the middle of what is arguably, the biggest refugee camp; Za'a tari following the displacement of Syrians from their homeland into Jordan.
The book has all the ingredient... More

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5th June 2017
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“Moving and thought provoking.”

I hope that many people read this wonderful novel and are as deeply affected by it as I was. On the whole I am the lazy, 'escapist' type of reader, typical of many, with a tendency to avoid storylines... More

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9th May 2017
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