The Divide

The Divide

Large Print - 2005
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Set in a time when the War on Terror has spread to the very heartland of America, 'The Divide' is the story of a little girl's effort to calm a frenzy of fear, racism and vengeance with a simple message of love and forgiveness.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2005.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781846173462
1846173469
9781585476879
1585476870
Characteristics: 519 p. ;,22 cm.

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Liselara
Apr 29, 2013

The Divide touches the physical (a place), the emotional (separation), and spiritual (change of direction) and is thus well titled. This was my first Nicholas Evans novel and I see why he has made it to the top of the charts. This story won't sit well with parents in the midst of a divorce, especially if they have teens because it carries a very powerful message of the dad "going off to find himself" at the expense of everyone else. The character, Abbie, will strike a chord on how good kids go bad faced with impossible situations.

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