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This is a truly amazing book, it is very inspirational and I recommend that everyone read this book.
Thank Ms. Shannon, and to all of the brave women of the Congo who have endured against terrible odds to share their stories.
Reading this book will change you and make you want to do what you can to change the world for women and girls everywhere.
I've lived and worked abroad for 10 years. This woman has no idea how to act in another culture or deal with people. Read morePublished 10 days ago by J. Wilson
This book does an awesome job of team showing us what one person can do to make a real difference. I recommend it to anyone that cares for others.Published 3 months ago by Nancy Joan Fletcher
I wrote a research paper on sexual violence in the DRC and checked this book out from the library along the way. I was so engaged by it that I purchased for myself. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vix
I wanted to read this book hoping to learn more about Congo and current relief efforts. Instead, the book is filled with self-congratulating commentary and anecdotes that verge on... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Harry Franklin
I got so bored with this book. It didn't seem to really go anywhere. But I DID manage to finish it..................Published 8 months ago by bebethreads
As many people as possible should read this book in order to be aware of the atrocities in the Congo.Published 8 months ago by Debra G. Morehead
I had been reading "Game Change" and while interesting and engaging, what it portrayed was depressing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Francis Hartmann