'Trust me!' she spat. 'As soon as someone says trust me, you can be sure they're going to let you down or hurt you.'
All her life, people have told little Dulcie Taylor they'll look after her. And every time, she and her sister May have been hurt. Their parents. Their teacher. The convent. Then the two girls are offered the chance of a fresh start in Australia.
But the new life that they hope for in an exciting, vibrant country goes horribly wrong. Will Dulcie break away from her sad past and build a bright new future for herself?
This book was based on facts about the orphans that were sent over to Australia and how the nuns/brothers mistreated them and consequences that happened in their lives. You probably remember the stories that were in the news a while back and this was no exception, very sad in some parts but a very interesting read.
Barb sent this so me, so its now looking for a new home, if anyone would like it, please let me know.
Thursday, 20 August 2009
Posted by Julie at 21:15