4 edition of Ask Me No Questions found in the catalog.
|Statement||Orion Publishing Group, Limited|
|Publishers||Orion Publishing Group, Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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He was shot with a gun he had given Bev. Nadira feels as if she is the most ignored because she has no special qualities. I wonder what her story is? Got about 40 pages into this and decided I really couldn't stand anyone.
The novel tells the story of their attempt to seek asylum in Canada and what happens when they are sent back to the US and the father is detained as an illegal alien. I never realized how hard some people have it, especially immigrants, until I read this novel. ] This is a story that will get everyone thinking and analyzing American culture and beliefs. I highly recommend it to those who enjoy a courageous female protagonist, mystery, and rich historical details.
A little burn of envy sears right through me. The author has really fleshed out these characters by the end of the story.
Once Phil decided to do something, she revealed some intelligence and skills at investigation. As the drama unfolds and things become more critical for the family, Nadira begins to react to things and take an active role in seeking a resolution.
At twenty-six years old, she feels that she is too young to be called a Ask Me No Questions. Many Bangladesh people are being persecuted because of their religion and nationality.
First, Aisha is going for the college aplication.
But at the same time she has her own imagination and her own goals and plans for her future. But, under the pressure she starts to lose control and it is up to Nadira to bring the family back together. But, how would I know if what I perceive as truth is truth at all? It was written by and. For being illegal citizens, the main character couldn't even tell her best Ask Me No Questions about their problems and that they were illegal.
When Nadira and Aisha visit their lawyer, Mr. The message drives the story here; the motivations of the characters are not always clear, and the ending may strike some as a bit tidy. Finally, Nadira finds out that Aisha didn't show up for the interview.
Then they are told that the asylums are all full and that they will have to go back to the US.