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Unformatted text preview: refugees. She is able to discipline them, make them do what she believes is right, instill morals upon them while maintain a loving relationship with them. It truly makes you wonder, what would happen if the whole world encompassed of people like that. The whole world would be a completely different place, to live. Soccer itself is a brilliant and intriguing art, but by combining it with such a magnificent book enhanced the aspect of both arts, the book and the game. One begins to realize how unique the United States is and how anything is possibly here, living up to the American dream, of succeeding in life. St. John does an extremely good way of describing the pain and the overall problems faced by the refugees. I would highly recommend anyone to read this book, simply because of the understanding of different cultures and emotions one feels when reading this book. Usually a book doesnt cause such emotions, but in this case they clearly did....
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