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I really got to know Jackson on a personal level through this book. The book goes deep into his personal struggles, his childhood, his turbulent and sometimes heartbreaking... Read morePublished 2 months ago by shin.fujiyama
It was not well written. I very much appreciate the work on the author but to sell the book better needed a copywriter.Published 8 months ago by snow bunny
I was walking past a garage sale and a man said to me "You MUST read this book!" and actually gave it to me for free. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ashley Marie
Kaguri's humble but highly effective approach to tackle a real problem for Uganda & other African countries is incredibly inspiring!Published 21 months ago by Teri
I teach an Academic Literacy class at a Community College. We are using Kaguri's book this semester as the text from which students will write essays on how the Power of One can... Read morePublished 22 months ago by A simon
I Love this story. My wife and I had read it some time ago. This book is a gift for a friend who also spent some time in Uganda working with orphans. Read morePublished on June 22, 2014 by HWN