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Many people don't know anything about Africa. This book is for them. The author presents twenty of the forty-nine Sub-Saharan African countries. It is not a business like CIA account, a verbose, unreliable Wikipedia document or a Safari promotion. It is much better than that, with short stories, personal accounts and news flashes. The author is a native of Holland and he admits that his views are biased. I like particularly his short introduction to each chapter. The formatting of the book is not perfect, but that can be corrected in a next edition. If you decide to purchase the… [Read Full Text]
17 Feb 2013
Today I opened my mail after almost one month and saw the publication of your book TURMOIL IN AFRICA . First of all a huge BRAVO. I started to read it and I can already tell you that it looks so clear, exhaustive and "instructive", giving the main apercu about what's going on in Africa., what everyone of us has to know., to understand and so, perhaps to help create a better world?. Knowing about the African continent has to be taught in all schools, it's so important for the future of all! I have… [Read Full Text]
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