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Friday, April 23, 2010

What I'm reading now....

This book is incredible!  Philip Caputo has really captured the feel and the heart of the Sudan.  Anyone famliar with Africa or anyone interested in the plight of humanity will love this book.  The author does an incredible job weaving the lives of aid workers, mercenaries, and missionaries into a world where war has become a permanent condition.  This is an excellent book and everyone should read all 669 pages of it.

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