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This item is in good condition. All pages and covers are readable. There are no stains or tears. Dust jacket is present if applicable. May contain small amounts of writing and/or highlighting. Spine and cover may show signs of wear. May not contain supplementary items. We ship within 1 business day. Big Hearted Books shares its profits with schools, churches and non-profit groups throughout New England. Thank you for your support!
Alexandra Fuller has written another wonderful book about life in modern Africa.
She shows the reader the dark continent as it stands today, a beautiful, terrible, and frightening place.
My hat is off to the Africans, black and white, who have the resilience to live there through wars, famines, and droughts.
Mar 20, 2009
I read Don't lets go to the dogs and could not wait to read her next work. I found it was like reading someones stream of consciousness. I thought. It did not hold together and left many unanswered questions. What was she doing leaving her children and her husband to chase a dream of what? Alexandra was unclear about what she was trying to find out about herself. I found her to be somewhat lost in her writing and lost in her life, she did not appear to have found the answer in her story.
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