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Very repetitive narrative. The subject matter being based on mainly the available archived documents with very little of the personal stories of the survivors or their families. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Georgina Sneddon
I RECIEVED THE BOOK IN 4 DAYS AFTER I PAID AND THAT INCLUDES THE WEEKEND!. BOOK WAS BETTER THAN DESCRIBED. THANK YOUPublished 17 months ago by cliff stanich
I forced myself to read this vague descriptive, then at 60%, the remainder is just a list of sources the so called author got his material from. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Biggle puss
I found it very repetitive. I decided to read this after visiting these places in Cambodia last year but found it hard to read.Published on May 26, 2014 by Helen smith
what an awful experience to be S-21. I cant believe that anyone who had survived such genocide is alive to tell the awful tale of what had happened to them. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Roxanne Eichhorn
Its a thrilling encounter and well documented, but its though the story never really comes alive. It could use some flesh and blood, some reflection behind the events etc ... Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by Morten Svensgaard
Kindle download...easy to purchase...description was very accurate........nice variety for gwtting books to download and I will contiunue to do so.Published on January 17, 2013 by Rhonda S. Bagtaz Foye
I bought this book while in Vietnam before travelling on to Cambodia. I knew I was going to visit Tuol Sleng (S21) and Choeung Ek (Killing Fields) in Phnom Penh, as well as the... Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by John Maki
A very good book that offer insights into what made drove these mad men to kill their own people. They were as horrible as Hitler, Moussolini, Mao (their mentor), and Saddam. Read morePublished on November 29, 2007 by Richard Touch