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Mama Namibia Paperback – April 2, 2013
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Her journey is so long and slightly repetitive that I almost gave up on the novel. However, I am glad to have finished it. As I think about it, a true journey like this one for the sake of survival and not pleasure would be tedious and repetitive. Mama Namibia by Mari Serebrov is worth every bit of time a reader gives it. Along the way Jahohora meets a Jewish doctor whom she will meet again. He is very compassionate. This led me to think of hope while reading the novel. No matter how horrible mankind becomes in his thoughts to other humans there is always a remnant of good people left with the bad. I suppose this happens so that we don't give up hope in living life on earth with our fellowman. All races of people have good people populating the world.
Mari Serebrov, the author, on this journey made me think about, as written, hope as well as enduring love. As Yaakov, the Jewish doctor, fights to hold on while seeing man treat other people so brutally, he writes his wife.Read more ›
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Two powerful stories intertwined. Could not stop reading this engrossing book. Enlightening history of first genocide of 20th century in south west Africa.Published 13 months ago by Lisa Bloom
Touching, amazing, wonderful, sad, inspiring...a must read and one of the best books I've ever read!
Thank you so much Mari for writing it!
A well researched novel that is very enlightening about the Herero people, and how they suffered under German occupation of what is now Namibia.Published on March 25, 2014 by Rita T
The author does a magnificent job of pulling the reader into the minds, hearts, and lives of both the Namibian tribes people and the German military personnel. Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by Dollie