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On the Line (À la ligne) is a poet’s ode to manual labour, and to the human spirit that makes it bearable. The story takes place in War-torn Sierra Leone, a land with which Brabazon is intimately familiar, having traveled through it. This comes at the expense of the local fishing industry which operates at a much less industrialised level, even though much of their local economy is sustained by fisheries.

The book concludes with suggestions on how the nations of the world could engage in sustainable ocean fishing. On The Line is a heartwarming story about a 13-year-old boy named Jordan, who is put in a situation that requires great maturation.And sadly Sierra Leone like much of Africa has been torn asunder by diseases such as a Ebola and vicious rebels who have no boundaries, no lines of decency that they are afraid to cross.

This was the first time I have had an opportunity to do so, and the following opinions are wholly and truly mine and mine alone. If you’re squeamish about extreme violence with lots of blood and guts, this is not the book for you.On one hand added authenticity, but on the other hand it was a little overwhelming to the casual reader such as myself.

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