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5.0 out of 5 stars
hope it goes on the school curriculum, 4 Jan. 2010
An absorbing and possibly accurate, piece of non-fiction narrative, that attempts to and succceeds in the most part, to unravel the conflict between Israel and Palastine. A book that informs,educates,tells a story and intices the reader to investigate the whole Middle East conflict in more depth. A fantastic novel for older teens and adults and I hope it is added to the National Curriculum instead of "Animal Farm". Much more current,relevant and purposeful with a view to highlight the need for PEACE.