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This book was a nice, short read that kept me engaged the whole time. The story of Zeitoun is surprising and revealing, not just about Hurricane Katrina, but about racial... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mia Cole
This book is an absolute recommendation.
It's simply amazing to witness how Eggers turns non-fiction into an outright thriller. Read more
A fascinating story, filled with disturbing information about the behavior of FEMA, the National Guard, and Homeland Security during the terrible events of Hurricane Katrina and... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Nstarlight
'Zeitoun' is a very interesting account of complexities surrounding a Muslim couple living in New Orleans during the time of Hurricane Katrina. Read morePublished 25 days ago by lazza
Beautifully written engrossing true story covering a different view of Hurricane Katrina. Highly recommended!Published 28 days ago by Betty A. Litvak
Read this when it first appeared (post-Katrina) then read it again recently during the floods in South Carolina. A truly immersive experience. Read morePublished 29 days ago by thom flora
Mr. Eggers' dispassionate record of how Mr. Zeitoun, and others, were treated, in New Orleans after Katrina is reflective of the kind of behavior generated by the aftermath of 9/11... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Listener1