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Free download Orphan Girl: The story of an abandoned child's tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Inspired by a true story, In memory of Rizana Nafeek. Indika Guruge ´ 0 Free read Read & Download Ü Orphan Girl: The story of an abandoned child's tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Inspired by a true story, In memory of Rizana Nafeek. ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Those at the orphanage will take care of you Deprived of parental love and left to grow in an orphanage 18 year old Ramya is a sensitive bright young girl She is devoted and loyal to her friends and her most cherished wish and dream is to find a family of her own and put the past behind herUntil one day it seems that her dream has finally come true when a loving couple decides to adopt her However due to a twist of fate she ends up in a Saudi Arabia mansion serving as a housemaid and this is just the beginning of her pains and tribulationsAs her tragic story unfolds the reader becomes a witness of her strength and courage as she bravely tries to face estrangement and humiliation up until the day an unexpected incident seals her fate foreverWill she find the new life she has always wanted Or will she say goodbye in the hope of a better next oneBased on Rizana Nafeeks true life story this heart wrenching novel brought to you by Indika Guruge aims at unveiling the injustice and cruelty hundreds of working children have to suffer every day especially in Saudi ArabiaAbandoned orphan children that leave the one and only place they can call home with their hopes up only to be subdued mistreated and used as servants this is the reality Mr Guruge is masterfully trying to convey via this fascinating moving storyOpen up your heart to Ramya and love her as hundreds of readers have done so far you will not regret itScroll up and grab your copy now Excellent story beautifully written and presented A good read educates individuals and makes one aware of real problems opened my eyes to a lot of things

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Free download Orphan Girl: The story of an abandoned child's tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Inspired by a true story, In memory of Rizana Nafeek. Indika Guruge ´ 0 Free read Read & Download Ü Orphan Girl: The story of an abandoned child's tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Inspired by a true story, In memory of Rizana Nafeek. ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook W Those at the orphanage will take care of you Deprived of parental love and left to grow in an orphanage 18 year old Ramya is a sensitive bright young girl She is devoted and loyal to her friends and her most cherished wish and dream is to find a family of her own and put the past behind herUntil one day it seems that her dream has finally come true when a loving couple decides to adopt her However due to a twist of fate she ends up in a Saudi Arabia mansion serving as a housemaid and this is just the beginning of her pains and tribulationsAs her tragic story unfolds the reader becomes a witness of her strength and courage as she bravely tries to face estrangement and humiliation up until the day an unexpected incident seals her fate foreverWill she find the new life she has always wanted Or will she say goodbye in the hope of a better next oneBased on Rizana Nafeeks true life story this heart wrenching novel brought to you by Indika Guruge aims at unveiling the injustice and cruelty hundreds of working children have to suffer every day especially in Saudi ArabiaAbandoned orphan children that leave the one and only place they can call home with their hopes up only to be subdued mistreated and used as servants this is the reality Mr Guruge is masterfully trying to convey via this fascinating moving storyOpen up your heart to Ramya and love her as hundreds of readers have done so far you will not regret itScroll up and grab your copy n Your book is one you get in your hands can not put down I would go in the other room only to findmyself thinking of Rayma I would be back reading the book It was sad that she grew up in an orphanageI was so happy for her when she got adopted Then everything changed When her adopted Father sent herto Saudi Arabia I was saying out loud don t go She was such a good girl I wanted to reach into the book take her out so I could adopt her Give her a good home Just writing this is so hard I was crying for her so muchI do not want to give the ending awayAll I can say is I am still thinking of her what she went through all alone I wanted someone to rescue herThis is 2017 there are still people out there like this They can do what they did not feel bad I cried somuch like I am now Thinking of Rayma how all she wanted was to be loved This will stay with me

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Free download Orphan Girl: The story of an abandoned child's tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Inspired by a true story, In memory of Rizana Nafeek. Indika Guruge ´ 0 Free read Read & Download Ü Orphan Girl: The story of an abandoned child's tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. Inspired by a true story, In memory of Rizana Nafeek. ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Those at the orphanage will take care of you Deprived of parental love and left to grow in an orphanage 18 year old Ramya is a sensitive bright young girl She is devoted and loyal to her friends and her most cherished wish and dream is to find a family of her own and put the past behind herUntil one day it seems that her dream has finally come true when a loving couple decides to adopt her However due to a twist of fate she ends up in a Saudi Arabia mansion serving as a housemaid and this is just the beginning of her pains and tribulationsAs her tragic story unfolds the reader becomes a witness of her strength and courage as she bravely tries to face estrangement and humiliation up until the day an unexpected incident seals her fate foreverWill she find the new life she has always wanted Or will she say goodbye in the hope of a better next oneBased on Rizana Nafeeks true life story this heart wrenching novel brought to you by Indika Guruge aims at unveiling the injustice and cruelty hundreds of working children have to suffer every day especially in Saudi ArabiaAbandoned orphan children that leave the one and only place they can call home with their hopes up only to be subdued mistreated and used as servants this is the reality Mr Guruge is masterfully trying to convey via this fascinating moving storyOpen up your heart to Ramya and love her as hundreds of readers have done so far you will not regret itScroll up and grab your copy no Orphan Girl by Indika Guruge has an arresting title and front cover I assumed that the author was a non western writer and looked forward to an account of life in orphanages and how children accommodated and changed as they grew up to an age when they would leave the orphanage How would their experiences affect their post orphanage life How would they remember their experiences This is not that book This is a story of terrible tragedy bravery and an almost unbelievable tale of tolerance for pain and abuse In the tradition of historical fiction facts are presented which are indisputable Fiction is created by the author as logical dialogue and character feelings are expressed that could not possibly be known by the author Some dialogue might be backed up by interviews of friends teachers and substitute parents Other dialogue must be created through author empathy The author does an excellent job drawing the reader along a path leading to a terrible ending I should have known better when I read the subtitle The story of an abandoned child s tragic fate as a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia Inspired by a true story In memory of Rizana Nafeek loc 3 5Chapter one is a letter to Ramya from her birth parents telling her why they left her on the steps of an orphanage Ramya has read the letter many times and dreams the event She can see two people leaving a baby on the orphanage steps but cannot see the faces of her parents Waking up to realize it is her eighteenth birthday she joins some friends in a forbidden nighttime excursion outside the boundaries of the orphanage She and her friends are caught and we see the first instances of severe physical beatings that are the conseuences of misbehaviorReaders will see that life is not always bad in the Sri Lankan orphanage There are visits from well wishing donors some of whom are looking for a child to adopt There are gifts for all from the donors and special events such as carnival like parties that take place when donors show up Ramya got lucky a family wanted to adopt her They couldn t have children of their own and they liked Ramya s demure shy behavior It seemed to be love at first sight between Jeevan and Shanika an upper middle class family from Gampaha and Ramya After a short adoption processing period Ramya moved to a new home with luxuries she could barely believe her own room and bathroom clothes she did not have to share and loving treatment from stepparents Her only regret was leaving her life long friends from the orphanageThings changed when the stepparents found a possible budding romantic relationship between Ramya and Hirushan the family driver There was another change when Shanika gave birth to a boy The biological son received a lot attention and Ramya changed status to become of a maid Shanika liked the idea of a housemaid and nursemaid Ramya s life changed Her life changed much drastically when Jeevan s business began to fail Looking for extra money he found an agency that would employ Ramya in Saudi Arabia for a few months all income to go to Jeevan and Shanika Ramya accepted Jeevan s assurance that the trip to Saudi Arabia was of a tour and vacation with some part time work added Ramya would return to Sri Lanka soonRamya set off for her trip to Saudi Arabia It was her first time on an airplane Every experience was new to her Met by agents in Saudi Arabia her passport was taken to be saved and given back on her return trip Ramya was housed in co ed crowded dormitories to wait for a work assignment She received an assignment as a maid to a wealthy Saudi family Instructions were given to her in Arabic a language for which she had no knowledge It was several days before she found anyone who could communicate with her at a survival language level People always spoke harshly to her Her terror was about to beginThe reader is now at 75% of the novel The author has done a great job creating empathy for the life of Ramya up to this point After this the novel is dark and rivals horror fiction But evidence of its reality will be presentedGrammarians may not be happy There are grammar and phrasing errors that will stop the grammar sensitive reader but there is no need for that Mistakes are minor and even give an air of authenticity to a story set in the developing world One of the reasons I chose to read this novel was the appearance of the words Saudi Arabia I worked for one year in Riyadh and nothing in this account surprises me it just saddens me that this type of thing goes on Read international press accounts this type of evil is still with us