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This book was very informative but very disturbing. I would not say I enjoyed reading it but I certainly learned a lot about Africa. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wmgrar
Too much about relatives history in WWII Germany - drags at end going thru his fathers passingPublished 2 months ago by Tom S
An excellent book that is both a memoir and a chronicle of how a once prosperous nation with a promising future deteriorated at the hands of despot determined to hang on to power... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew Igbo
I thoroughly enjoyed the book as well as feeling such sorrow for the way the native people have to live under their own people. A very moving bookPublished 5 months ago by Susan Ritten
Can't seem to get out of I. Hoe to get it at a later time. Wish me a lot of luck.Published 5 months ago by Deborah Hershkowitz
Fascinating true account of the absurd madness of Robert Mugabe and his henchmen and how to wreck a thriving economy due to 100% incompetence. Racial prejudice prevails.... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tuli.
A great read about important events and times. A really enlightening tale which examined generally known happenings in a very detailed and shocking context. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jenny D.
Excellent insight to Zimbabwe environment during the difficult times 10 years ago. Well written with colorful descriptions of the personal lives of the Godwin family.Published 9 months ago by FWF
Beautifully written sad chronicle of the destruction of Zimbabwe due to the maniacal dictator, and sorrowful tales of the white farmers who had contributed so much to the country's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by prosestylelover