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Too bad the author made it so difficult to read to the point you lost the story.
We are unable to turn away as we make our way through the book and we feel compelled, even obligated, to do something, to say something, to change something.
When I finished reading this book, my first thought was 'Who will discuss this book with me?'
While giving this book 5 stars, it implies that "I love it". But I'm not sure that's the correct description to give a book written from the view point of children caught in the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by J. Udo
This book was an eye opener, and although it is difficult to read such shocking stories, they are written beautifully.Published 1 month ago by Mary E Hempeck
This bok was very hard to read and none of the women in our book club liked it.Published 2 months ago by Joanne C.
A book on African short stories. This was a very good read but sad showed me again what I take for granted. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Darica D. Roberts
I loved every story in this collection. They are suspenseful, captivating and moving. The cultural details really drew me in. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Roberta Lataille
It is a beautifully written book, depicting the experiences of children in chaotic times in various African countries. There is much for us to learn, but the learning is painful.Published 5 months ago by Bobbie Knable
Eye opening information that everyone needs to know. Not your typical fiction. No story had an "outcome" but that was likely the intent of the author. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DHF