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The story took me back to a hazy time in history that made headlines about the inhumanity of the people Biafra. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Patty
Excellent writer, able to make the story very lively in your mind and gives you a real insight into a foreign culture's history and war.Published 12 days ago by nessamira
Told from so many perspectives! It is an incredibly engaging, informative book that will rip your heart right in two.Published 18 days ago by Kirsten Miner
What a great description of what it was like during the Biafra Civil War.Published 22 days ago by Joyce A. Bell
A very moving account of the Biafran tragedy. Because it is written from an insider's point of view, western readers can get some insight into the havoc that careless line drawing... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a well written fascinating story about the conflict in Africa. I have read so many books about WWII in Europe; we tend to ignore the horrendous events in Africa until they... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mary Cross
Beautifully concise story telling. Watching the effects of war tug at the humanity of Adichie's well woven characters is so compelling. I need never wanted to stop reading it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Adiza