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Let me start by saying that I am largely rating this book on the book's content, not on Mahvish Khan's writing skills. Read morePublished 15 months ago by K. Dieng
This was a very good book written with much compassion. I learned a lot about the culture of the detainees in Guantanamo Bay and it taught me that you can't always judge people... Read morePublished 16 months ago by NYC Consumer
The author admits that she may not know who is good and who is bad. The book is not about who is guilty and who is innocent. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Cyndi
The bias in this book hits you like a ton of bricks. Very apologetic for islamic extremism and terrorism. I was quite disappointed.Published 17 months ago by D. White
This is the best book of Lies I have ever read... This should have been placed under fiction...
I love the way people glorify the detainees, when in reality they only... Read more
Another voice from Cuba, where apparently milk is a luxury. One knows, this is a small piece of the story. Are there such stories from the time of Batista? Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by Martin Gugino
Ms. Khan is an angel to shed a bright light on the terrible deeds done to
the prisoners, without any discernment about their guilt or innocence. Read more