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The book is very touching. I enjoyed reading it for my "social problems" class.Published 8 months ago by Kelli fowler
A really important book about hundreds of millions of people that have been forgotten from human conscience for a long time.Published 13 months ago by Wisam Al-saleem
Extremely happy with the service and product. On-line product description matched perfectly. This was purchased as a present, I checked when it arrived and I am sure the person... Read morePublished on December 12, 2013 by Kyle Cuite
Egeland's memoir has so much potential and yet falls flat from the introduction onward. For five years, the former UN undersecretary-general had a front row seat to almost all of... Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by Ira L.
This is a wonderful insider's look at how things work and don't work politically in disaster relief. Read morePublished on March 1, 2009 by Connie L West
Jan Egeland has given an exellent overview of his work as leader of the UN humanitarian work in many coluntries between 2003 to 2006.Published on December 6, 2008 by D john shaw
I read the book in the last week and thought it was excellent. Am looking to go into a humanitarian career, and Egeland has pointed me in the right direction. Read morePublished on April 8, 2008 by ryn.nola