In a marketplace in Afghanistan a young man sees his father die at the hands of the taliban. He races home to protect his wife and children, but it is too late. Devastated by grief, Karim Mazari must flee, but at a time of international uncertainty and terror, compassion can be hard to find. Until he discovers that a passport and a ticket to Australia can be bought ... In Australia anger is growing about the plight of asylum seekers imprisoned in detention centres. Layla, an Afghan migrant, begins an underground campaign to help those behind the razor wire , and is surprised to discover how many Australians are ready to risk everything to support her. Meanwhile, there are reports of an increasing number of deaths from a mysterious virus. Is Australia deliberately being targeted for its involvement in world affairs?
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by on September 26, 2016
- HarperCollins Publishers, February 2011
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