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The book is well written & easy to read.
This book is the continuation of an inspiring true story that reminds us of the power of one person to change the world for the better when s/he is very determined.
Greg Mortenson's second book takes us further into Central Asia Institute's work on building schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
This follow-up book to "Three Cups of Tea" is inspiring. How nice to see that the native people of this foreign land are embracing education, promoting peace, and trying... Read morePublished 16 days ago by darla bretz
Con Man, cynically enriching himself, while pretending to help children. Don't give this man your money. Please read "Three Cups of Deceit"Published 1 month ago by Edward Olney
I enjoyed this book very much - keeps your interest all the way. Certainly portrays a totally different way of life.Published 1 month ago by Bobby
This book is a follow on to Three Cups of Tea, which is a riveting saga of building elementary schools particularly for Afghani girls. Read morePublished 2 months ago by wide interests
I liked this book, but found it to be more dry than 3 cups of tea. This one doesn't have as engaging of a story in my opinion because Greg has already "made it" so to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Lafountain
I loved the book
I have passed it on to others to read as it was so good
While this book was a really interesting read, so many things did not seem to tally up. I wonder if the author has a tendency to embellish the facts, which spoils the read.Published 4 months ago by H. F. Green
I found the book to be very inspirational and gave me hope for all the children especially girls of this challenged region of the world.Published 5 months ago by Sarahmarra
This is a follow-up to Mortenson's first book. Not worth further review. I suspect that this is now an outdated book.Published 5 months ago by kay Irwin