Displaced by Esther Wiebe (Book Review #1054)

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Displaced is a memoir written about a little girl named Esther and her life story. She is only eleven and is the youngest in her family of four. Her parents have passed away, and the elder of their colony church believes that separating all the children is the best way to raise them.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Esther ends up in a home where she is beaten up, but her spirit is strong, and she plans to escape with her siblings and her cousin to Canada. The memoir then takes you on a journey introducing so many more scenes and events that shape up this beautiful story.

I found the entire read to be enticing because of its premise. Esther life is so heartfelt. The memoir discusses so many things but, above all, displays the strong notion of love for one’s family. There are religious references used in the story, but none dominate the principle of the tale.

I recommend this book to memoir readers and those who like to read an honest story.

Written by Jeyran Main

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