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Booooring I managed to stick it out for 50-60 pages. I will give it to our public library.Published 3 months ago by Slammer
I don't even know where to begin. Many Americans don't understand the profound loss of life in Darfur. This book brings that loss into crystal clear focus. Read morePublished 9 months ago by BRANDON
Unbelievable what this poor girl endured. Well written, but chillingPublished 9 months ago by nancy smith
Much more telling than any news story. I will read it again and share it with my friends and family in the US.Published 9 months ago by Ellen F Moore
What an amazing story. It is so hard to realize that such horrors persist even now.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Montana FAN
The writing was very evocative and provided this uninformed reader a clearer picture of the plight of so many formerly happy and innocent human beings living in parts of the world... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mark Merrill
Tears of the Desert is a wonderful book but hard to read - man's inhumanity to man is shocking! However, the book is a must read and a real eye-opener! I recommend it highly.Published 9 months ago by Maryanne Peterson
I had heard about the tragedy of Darfur and wanted to know more about the story of this country. I am so glad that this book is available to provide information about the people... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Janet w Johnson