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Preview: Rubble Girl

Refugee or Migrant? Arriving in hope or leaving in despair?

Anna and Joe are a young couple newly moved into a beautiful house in a seemingly idyllic countryside. Overnight their lives are shattered by the revelation of what really goes on at Joe’s place of work. Forced from their homes Anna and Joe begin a dangerous journey across the rubble and ruins of a Europe they never knew existed. All the while trying to make sense of the difficult twists their lives have taken.

‘Rubble Girl” is a compelling, painful and exquisite page turner. Piece by piece, hidden truths emerge as author Stephen Pryde-Jarman skilfully interweaves intriguing questions about human identity, values and morality throughout the unfolding narrative, making this a hugely thought provoking read.

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