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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.
Very interesting to hear the real story of what really happened, and sadly still happensPublished 7 days ago by liz
I hope this is the one I think it is. It was wonderful and just so inspirational. We get so upset when our power goes off for an hour
and when you think about what people... Read more
So biased and untrue in painting countries profiles. Disappointment!Published 1 month ago by Blein Mesele
I've purchased this as gifts since reading it & hope many more people do. Have never been moved so much in a long time by a book. Worth it.Published 1 month ago by Deanna Jenkins
I'm a fan of Eggers and this book starts off alright with some nice writing but just goes on and on and on. Feels like it could have been 2/3 the length. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bob Cohen
I found the writing extremely long-winded and poorly edited. An otherwise interesting story was buried. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandy Lynn
A gripping, harrowing story and a history lesson all in one. Deng's long search for safety and opportunity sheds light on the conflict in Sudan while, at the same time, his... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katie