This graphic novel focuses on Ebo, a young boy from Ghana and his struggles to reach a refugee camp in Italy. The map in the back of the book shows the length of his full journey. For some reason, the story is split into Then and Now. I found it to be a bit disjointed although the point of separation was not a bad choice. It just did not improve the story arc for me. Also found that the "happy" ending was quite abrupt and without much explanation. As noted in the Creators Notes the authors loosely pulled this story together from interviews with actual refugees.

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