In the shadow of the sun
Twelve-year-old Mia is on a five-day tour of North Korea with her older brother, Simon, and their father, Mark, an food aide worker, but she is scared because her father keeps sneaking off at night, and terrified that her brother's sullen, rebellious behavior (which has absolutely nothing to do with the Koreans) is going to get them in trouble -- and things get much worse when she is pulled into a deadly political game that seeks to expose North Korean atrocities, and her father is arrested.
9 available of 9 items
- Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
- Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction.
- Conspiracies -- Fiction.
- Conspiracies -- Korea (North) -- Juvenile fiction.
- Father and child -- Fiction.
- Father and child -- Juvenile fiction.
- Korea (North) -- Fiction.
- Korea (North) -- Politics and government -- 2011- -- Juvenile fiction.
- Korea (North) -- Social conditions -- 21st century -- Juvenile fiction.
- Secrecy -- Juvenile fiction.
- Secrets -- Fiction.
- Tourists -- Korea (North) -- Juvenile fiction.
Genre: Young adult fiction.
Edition: First edition.
Description: 303 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
LCCN: 2016032888Link to PAC