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SOLD. She was nine years old.
Carrie Bailee fled Canada and came to Australia when she was twenty. Once here she was assisted by a number of Australian women, and was ultimately encouraged to apply for refugee status in order to stay in this country. So began her battle to be granted asylum in Australia. Carrie stood before the Refugee Review Tribunal and revealed the dark underbelly of child sexual abuse and organised crime rings in our privileged, first-world neighbourhoods.
This is the story of one young woman’s heroic journey to survive, escape and soar above her shocking childhood experiences, and her powerful struggle for freedom and a beautiful life in Australia.
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The book as hard as it was to read was very well written. The transition from periods of time and memory were seamless. It brought to light a very dark subject that everyone needs to know about
E Book so had in 10 minutes.
I found this book inspiring as the strength of the author to write this book is
Compelling. I cannot understand what humans do to each other especially children.
Thank you for not being silent Carrie.
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 18th September 2014
Publisher: Affirm Press
Edition Number: 1