Book review: Diamonds in the Shadow by Caroline Cooney

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Diamonds in the Shadow is an exciting and suspenseful book about what happens when an African refugee family ends up living with an American family in suburban Connecticut. Jared Finch, a typical American teenager, does not want to share his life or his room with a boy he has never met. The Amabo family seems overwhelmed by American life. They cannot believe the generosity of the church for sponsoring them and the Finches for helping them acclimates to American life. As time goes on Jared begins to notice odd things about the Amabo family and begins to wonder if these are the people that the Finches were suppose to host or has someone made a mistake? Diamonds in the Shadow is a book that deals with the realities of life in a war torn African country and its impact on its inhabitants.

To request this book from Wake County Libraries click here.

Review by Marci @ Duraleigh Road Library

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7 Responses to Book review: Diamonds in the Shadow by Caroline Cooney

  1. lola says:

    omg thnx this really helped !!!!!! ❤

    sincerly,lola

  2. bob says:

    but what about the other refugee tha followed the Amabo family?

  3. fabiana says:

    omggg guys thanks for the great sum-sum of this novel, its really great and i hope it gives as much joy and pleasurement to everyone as it has for me!! lol thnx again !! hah have a great day see you soon k ill ttyl aalrighyy buh byee!

  4. NAt says:

    What is the theme in chapters 1 & 2

  5. lindsey @ eva perry library, apex says:

    sorry, we don’t provide homework help. This is just a review, one more person’s opinion of the book.

  6. diana says:

    What are the major events of the main character ?

  7. lindsey says:

    If you want to know, check out the book at your local library.

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