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Bryony Taylor
Bryony Taylor • 2 years ago

I'm currently reading this. Eleven-year-old Harrison Opoku, the second best runner in Year 7, races through his new life in England with his personalised trainers - the Adidas stripes drawn on with marker pen - blissfully unaware of the very real threat around him. Find out more about the book: bit.ly/zQDyw5 Find out more about the January book club: bit.ly/ACENjl

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