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Blame: -The Worst Pain Ever Was Facing the Truth Robert Mackinlay

Blame: -The Worst Pain Ever Was Facing the Truth

Robert Mackinlay

Published August 8th 2015
ISBN : 9781515328384
Paperback
262 pages
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Luc hadnt seen his father for four years. Was he alive or dead? How would he cope if someone he loved was killed? The enemy had invaded four years ago, and were still here. Theyd conquered with superior weapons and tactics. But their greatestMoreLuc hadnt seen his father for four years. Was he alive or dead? How would he cope if someone he loved was killed? The enemy had invaded four years ago, and were still here. Theyd conquered with superior weapons and tactics. But their greatest weapon was fear, using it to rule the people with harsh laws and ruthlessness. Punishments were brutal. They used collaborators, so who could you trust? In his small Belgian village Luc and his friends all had secrets, some kept even from each other. So far they had passed all the tests the war had thrown at them, but for Luc de Bel, one bad call and a tragedy would test him in ways he could not have imagined.