The definitive book on the Rwandan genocide by the man who was there. Passionate, objective and convincing in his description.Published 12 days ago by John W. Matthews
This book starts out reading like a history book. It delves into Dallaire's roots and paints the picture of a man who grew out of a poor family into a marriage to the... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Eric C.
Starts out good and is an important read. However from my view spirals into a hellish land scape of subterfuge? Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Scott Dinan
As the title says it's a book about a failure of humanity, a grim account of the 1994 civil war and genocide in Rwanda written by the head of UNAMIR (UN assistance mission for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alexei Kondratov
Great book. Great read and it kept my attention. I personally think it is one of my favorite books. I will not be donating it to Goodwill. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jesyca
Truly gut wrenching. As a reader you will experience the pain, shame, frustration and agony of the authorPublished 4 months ago by As Wolf
General Dallaire gives an insight into all the bureaucracy behind trying to do good. It seems like Rowanda was there to redeem reputation of UN - everyone expected it to be a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Janis Lanka
An amazingly detailed account, of a horrible tragedy. The General, certainly can write, and this book is a definite read. I give it 5 stars.Published 4 months ago by jeff richey