Outcasts United by Warren St. John
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Outcasts United Summary
The extraordinary tale of a refugee youth soccer team and the transformation of a small American town
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"You can read this book or wait for the movie, but the book is worth the effort. This story is too textured, too filled with layers of light and dark, for Hollywood to capture its complexity
This is an uplifting tale celebrating the most old-fashioned of virtues: hard work, self-discipline, regard for others." - The Washington Post
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Warren St. John is a reporter for The New York Times and the author of the national bestseller Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer.
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