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Out of Nowhere - Community Reviews back

by Maria Padian
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Yakmum
Yakmum rated it 5 years ago
This is definitely a y/a novel. But it is really well done weaving in the language and concerns of teens into the whole what is happening to my soccer team and town when the Somali immigrants move into the fictional town of Eniston which is a thinly veiled Lewistion. This story really resonated with...
Blame It On the Books
Blame It On the Books rated it 5 years ago
DNF. I really couldn't get in to it again after I had to stop for 1 week because my tablet broke. I will read this book again though. It really deserves to be read. I know I can't say much since this is after all a DNF review, but I went more the 50% and this book touched me in ways that are not obv...
ireadandtell
ireadandtell rated it 5 years ago
I have literally just finished this book, and I am in awe. The writing and the effort put into this book is tremendous, but I'll get to that later. Tom, captian of Chamberlain's soccer team has his world turned upside down when Somali immigirants flood into his town post the 9/11 incidents. Forced...
Unapologetic Reader, Psychotic Writer
Wow. If they ever turn this book into a movie I'd watch it along with the entire horde of my football soccer loving friends. Review to come.
ReaderMarija's Reviews
ReaderMarija's Reviews rated it 5 years ago
When I read the book description for Out of Nowhere, I was really looking forward to reading it. I thought the novel would be a good learning experience...to find out more about Somalian refugees, the fears and hardships they faced in their own country, and their hopes for the future in finding a sa...
miscellaneous debris
miscellaneous debris rated it 5 years ago
I've read a few non-fiction books about refugees and immigrants playing soccer in American schools, so I was curious to see how this novel would compare. Complex characters dealing with big problems and a lot of grey areas make this a thought-provoking read. I particularly liked the parallels made...
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