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This book was suggested to me and I'm so glad I read it!!
I really connected with this book, partly because I had had some experience in Liberia and partly because Cooper tells her story very well.
"The House at Sugar Beach" is a very personal story and one grows to really care about all of the people in Ms Cooper's circle.
I like it so far, I have not finished it yet. It is light and entertaining so far.Published 1 month ago by Gloria Lefler
Exxcellent writing, Very infprmative re situation in Liberia.Published 3 months ago by jeannette debonne
It was great learning the history of Liberia from someone who lived through the turmoil and horror. It was indeed a personal story of heartache and triumph.Published 3 months ago by Amanda Elliott
I learned a lot. Our Book Club read this and the discussion was wonderful.Published 4 months ago by Palm Springs Reader
Great memoir of a well-known journalist who lived a life very far-removed from what most Americans know. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NYC Cheryl