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eBook Losing Agir ePub

by Liz Fisher-Frank

  • ISBN: 1906954682
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Liz Fisher-Frank
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Live It (December 10, 2001)
  • Pages: 198
  • ePub book: 1403 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1110 kb
  • Other: docx mobi lit mbr
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 258

Description

children's rights lawyer turned writer of teen fiction. Also, I'm up for doing workshops in schools around law, rights, writing

children's rights lawyer turned writer of teen fiction. Also, I'm up for doing workshops in schools around law, rights, writing. If anyone knows anyone who may be interested, let me know.

Losing Agir Paperback – 10 Dec 2012. by Liz Fisher-Frank (Author). For many years, Liz Fisher-Frank worked as a solicitor specialising in representing children and young people

Losing Agir Paperback – 10 Dec 2012. For many years, Liz Fisher-Frank worked as a solicitor specialising in representing children and young people. Much of her work was for young people in or leaving care, the homeless and those facing family problems. Liz is now busy writing. Her books and plays all have some kind of connection to the law.

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About Liz Fisher-Frank: I write teen thrillers Losing Agir is my first book and it starts with the facts of a real human rights case. I've another two books the way. I've also written several plays for and about young people.

About Liz Fisher-Frank: I write teen thrillers. Losing Agir is my first book and it starts with the facts of a real human rights case.

Losing Agir - the gripping teenage romance/adventure by human rights lawyer turned author Liz Fisher-Frank. This is a short introduction to Liz's debut novel. losing agir liz fisher-frank teenage book novel goodread teenage fiction.

As Agir's terrible tale unfolds, Alice learns the truth about her strange and unnerving foster home.

Former legal aid family/children's rights lawyer. Now Law Clinic Supervisor and Lecturer at Essex Uni. Writes legal fiction. Always happy to help whenever I can with the brilliant work you do. Pro-bono has never been more important. 249. iz Fisher-Frank added, SuffolkLawCentre olkLawCen.

Losing It" is a song by British producer Chris Lake and Australian producer Fisher released as a single on 13 July 2018 through Catch & Release and Astralwerks. It reached number one on the Australian Club Tracks chart and the US Dance Club Songs chart, and also charted in Flanders and the top 25 of the US Dance/Electronic Songs chart. It was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, held in February 2019. It was voted number two in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2018.

Frank Fisher, Associate Professor in the School of Linguistics, moved to HSE in 2016, having previously worked at. .

Frank Fisher, Associate Professor in the School of Linguistics, moved to HSE in 2016, having previously worked at Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities.

This is the story of Alice, a 15 year old in care and her relationship with Agir, a Kurdish boy smuggled into the UK following the violent destruction of his village in South-East Turkey. As Agir's terrible tale unfolds, Alice learns the truth about her strange and unnerving foster home. Against the backdrop of her own family tragedy, does Alice have the strength to challenge her foster father to free Agir from his clutches? Party based on fact, this is the story of two young people, united by experiences of family separation and loss, whom, in their search for justice, find friendship and even love.

Comments

Nawenadet Nawenadet
Looking for a multi-cultured , edgy teen book to read ? Losing Agir starts off in Turkey where we watch Agir's village end up being raided by soldiers who are killing people and burning villages. The story then jumps to the UK where we meet Alice , a fifteen year old foster kid who has been dumped from home to home. She is finally put into the home of Tom and Glenda where she meets Agir. However, there are lots of rules in place and when one night Alice finds herself breaking them , she encounters something terrible regarding Tom and soon Agir. With her street knowledge and courage , Alice will seek to do whatever she needs to in order to bring Tom down and save Agir before it's too late. Can Alice save Agir or by doing what she believes is right , will she lose him and see him taken back to a world he has tried to escape from ?
Losing Agir is not the type of book I would normally read , but I found it quite fast-paced and targeted the edgy topic of War and Human Trafficking quite well.
Brakree Brakree
A story for teens and adults, carefully woven around the themes of people smuggling, child exploitation, cultural differences creating misunderstandings, criminals manipulating the welfare system. The two main characters will steal your heart and inspire your soul.
Cordanius Cordanius
It was lovely, but not something I would go crazy over. Buy it for fun..and five more words for amazon!
Swift Summer Swift Summer
This is such a good book and sort of sad at the end you will be so glad you read this book
Tebei Tebei
I am a 16 year old girl, I read this book and think it is amazing! It literally had me up all night because I couldn't put it down. The mysteries within the book are completely gripping and although it's late and you tell yourself "only 1 more chapter", you just keep on reading because you can't stop. I think it is definitely one of the best written current books I have ever read, as it gives the reader a serious insight into what actually goes on in foreign countries with illegal immigrants, and how some people are tricked and stripped of their basic human rights. This book makes you completely feel for the characters in it and although serious, it is exciting and really informative.
Hatе&love Hatе&love
Child trafficking, human rights violation, torture, the care system in the UK, all written in such a way that young adults can understand, is this really 2012? is this really still happening? This book gives a tremendous insight to the unsavory activities of adults through the eyes of a teenager.