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Leslie Corrales is a journalist and a single mom. When her boss asks her to write an article about the situation in dictatorial Argentina, she hesitates to leave her sons alone for several weeks. But it seems a great development in her career and she decides to travel to Argentina. Once there, she investigates the suspicious disappearance of a young man called Raúl. Leslie discovers that Raúl has suffered horrific atrocities at the hands of the Argentine government, along with tens of thousands of others. Before long, she starts to become the focus of the Argentinan authorities' attention herself. Will she escape with her life and with the information she needs to help the Argentine people?
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Information for teachers
An audiobook is perfect for when your voice needs a rest, or if you wish to give your students a more intense experience of the novel. Also, if you're not a native speaker yourself, this could be a great way to make your students listen to a story that is read in a comprehensible, engaging and clear manner by a native speaker.
|Read by:||native speakers|
|CERF level (Common European Reference Framework):||B1|
|Year of publication:||2011|
|Can it be used for home study?:||Yes, together with the novel|