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A beautifully written, deeply touching story.
Dave Eggers renders the story of man's inhumanity to man, and one extraordinary man's struggle for identity and dignity, with his own beautiful touch of humanism.
Once you start reading it, I guarantee you that you will not be able to put it down until you finish the book.
I remember very well the night of September 10 2001, when I sat crying over the story of the Sudanese "Lost Boys" that aired on TV. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by bzap metalsmith
A friend picked this book for book club. I thought, "Oh, no. This will be depressing and disturbing." But, it was more than that. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sally
Boring....Interesting story but the writer does not keep your interest...Published 5 days ago by mary ann oreilly
Funny, sad, hopeful, tragic...I love the narrator, love his story,glad he was able to not only survive but to soar.Published 11 days ago by Ziggy
Incredible book that somehow finds warmth in some of the coldest parts of human nature.Published 12 days ago by Tim S.
Dave Eggers gives life to the experience of the lost boys of Sudan through a voice that is clear and honest and achingly beautiful. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Zdogluvr1
Seemed like a long newspaper article, but I love me some Dave Eggers! and after HWOSG, which is the best first 100 pages ever, I gave it a shot. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Donald Jans
Great story telling technique to bring to life the struggle of the Lost Boys in comparison to the struggles or lives of others in America.Published 24 days ago by Bill Keating