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This is the most moving book I've read about child soldiers and the reality they confront before, during and after conflict.Published 9 months ago by Noelle
Basic overview of the conflicts with more depth provided by personal stories and profiles of former child soldiers. Compelling and insightful.Published 16 months ago by MODEL N
Excellent book - thought provoking, engaging, disturbing, and inspiring. Briggs provides history and context to many of the conflicts going on in the world and looks at the role... Read morePublished on March 25, 2011 by ras
the book is not very well written, took me months to read it. several areas are written so poorly you have to re-read several times before you can figure out what the writer is... Read morePublished on October 19, 2009 by hpynlvwth1
The author has the vocabulary of an idiot. "Innocents lost"?
Also the pic on the cover of a kid on a BSA bike is a stock photo, NOTHING to do with the story. Read more