This is the best book on the history of great war in Congo .
This is a very well written book that does a good job of navigating the reader through the very complex politics of the Congo, and the relationship with Rwanda.
If you are a student of Africa history and politics, this book has to be on your read list.
This book gave me great insight into the War in the Congo. I was largely ignorant of this long lasting "basket case" until I read this book.Published 3 days ago by Maggot
ANOTHER SAD AND SORRY TALE OF AFRICA AND ITS VERY REAL MONSTERS.Published 4 days ago by Patricia L. Taylor
This is a difficult book to read. It tells a tale of venality that overpowers one. But it must be read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff O'Byrne
Must read for all who want to understand what's been happening in Congo, particularly over the past 25 years.Published 2 months ago by Joel D. Holm
It is absolutely fascinating however it is hard to follow. It isn't the writing, it is the basis of the issues. It's a tough read but it's worth it.Published 2 months ago by Meagan Schwieder
Jason Stearns provides a unique view of the complex issues at play in Congolese society,it's politics and deficient institutions of state. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vickey Ganesh
you have to want to know more about the chaos that still reigns & has so for over 400yrs in the congo which went from a powerful country with rich resources to what it is today to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edward J. Deisley
While parts of this book were most confronting the way Jason has explained the situation I found very easy to follow. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brett