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The Prison Runner

by Deborah Ellis

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Diego had never been in the jungle before. He'd lived with his family high in the hills, and then he was a prison kid, a city kid. A simple error of judgement hurls Diego into a nightmare. He's been living in prison with his mother and sister, looking after them and earning money whenever he can. Until the day he accidentally breaks the rules.… (more)

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its a good book because it is very fun and exciting
  1D1BOOKS | Mar 19, 2012 |
Excellent story about 12 yo and the cocaine trade in Bolivia. Deborah Ellis came to school ( )
  Mumineurope | Nov 5, 2010 |
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Diego had never been in the jungle before. He'd lived with his family high in the hills, and then he was a prison kid, a city kid. A simple error of judgement hurls Diego into a nightmare. He's been living in prison with his mother and sister, looking after them and earning money whenever he can. Until the day he accidentally breaks the rules.

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