rite of passage

  • Flither Lass by Graham Higson

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    The First World War has been waging for six months, and in a small English coastal fishing village, 16-year-old Amy Trott is ignored and derided by most of the villagers. She is devastated when her father, a fisherman, is lost at sea. In her denial of events she searches the shore, convinced that he will return, but instead of her father she finds an injured refugee, on who she focuses all of her attentions. The trouble is, he is German …