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The Tyrant's Daughter - J.C. Carleson
The Tyrant's Daughter
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J.C. Carleson,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Random House Children's Books on 02-11-2014
J.C. Carleson,Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Random House Children's Books on 02-11-2014
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780449809976 (0449809978)
ASIN: 449809978
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
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I was pre-approved for this title by the publisher via NetGalley. Thank you for the opportunity to read this book!I haven't read any other books focusing on the specific subjects touched on in this book, so I wasn't sure what to expect going in to The Tyrant's Daughter. I ended up really enjoying th...
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3.5 The Tyrant's Daughter
After I read The Kite Runner, I began to read more books about how people are treated in parts of the world that I didn’t know very much about. In the beginning, I was stunned. After a while, though, my senses began to dull and I had to stop reading so many books on a similar theme — because it was ...
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5.0 The Tyrant's Daughter
15-year-old Laila comes to Washington, DC with her mother and younger brother following the deposing and assassination of her father, an unnamed dictator of an unnamed Middle Eastern country. Moving from the grandeur of a luxurious palace to a cramped apartment with bare cupboards takes some adjustm...
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4.0 Family - tangled lives we lead
Sixteen-year old Laila has to share her bedroom with her brother, the king. She calls her six-year old brother the King of Nowhere and she herself, the Invisible Queen as they are now exiled into the U.S. of A. Home of the unending supply of cereal, Starbucks and short skirts, Laila is not happy ...
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4.5 Review: The Tyrant's Daughter Commands Attention
Fifteen-year-old Laila finds herself beginning a new life in the United States after her family is deposed from its position of power and influence. Normally I am not that interested in reading contemporary YA, but this book hooked me right from the start. How many of us felt alienated and alone d...
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