“In the fall of 2004, the refugees and I ran away to Boise, Idaho.” Stephanie Larkin weaves the true story of her friendship with a community of refugees into her own compelling personal narrative. Accompanied by her new husband, she moves to Idaho to begin the next chapter of her life. Soon she is immersed in helping refugees as they struggle to find their footing in their new country. Along the way she must come to terms with the challenges in her own life. Poignant, candid, and insightful, Displaced: A Memoir invites the reader to reconsider the definition of family, the bonds of friendship, and the meaning of love.
About The Author
Stephanie Larkin writes nonfiction and poetry. Her passion is raising awareness about issues such as refugee resettlement and the challenges faced by family caregivers. She resides in the Pacific Northwest.
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