Review by- Michael Lee
Shipped, boxed, and carried off, in trucks and trailers across sea and land in the dead of night, only to wake up in the blinding sun of strange lands. This is only the beginning for some of these refugees. Strangers in strange lands. Stick thin, hungry, tired. But these are the lucky ones, word is the other truck drained of oxygen before it got to Luxembourg.
Deportation is an imminent threat. It’s a harrowing, tooth and nail existence, a seemingly constant uphill battle. Near stripped of hope, living in constant fear for tomorrow, working for better futures; but not knowing if the ground beneath their feet will even be there in the morning.
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