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Lori Anderson said:
A sobering story, though fictionalized, about one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. It's a journey of heartbreaking privation, brutality and hopelessness, and is told with much humanity, sincerity and even humor on occasion. The story is structured creatively, allowing the listener to learn about Achak's past life through a current trauma he is experiencing. This is a book that I recommend to Americans who have not strayed far from their own cultural doorstep. The reader does simply an awe-inspiring interpretation of the protagonist's experience, portraying the sweet naivete of this young African boy, his hopes and fears, and his fierce determination to survive. Dion Graham is one of the best readers I have listened to.
posted Jan 1, 2010 at 3:01PM
audiogirl said:
I listened to the audio cd version of this book. Wow, great reader/narrator. I agree with Lori Anderson’s review..........great book on so many different levels. Inspiring and sobering. Highly recommended read. Not for younger readers.
posted Jan 15, 2011 at 4:06AM
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