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From the Publisher"A fascinating story...not only one of horror but of great humanity."
--The New York Times Book Review
"Told in Kassindja's voice, this memoir is also a precious lesson about cultures, women's human rights policy, and perhaps most important, faith in God and humanity. These elements, fluidly interwoven, create an incredible narrative."
--The Washington Post
"Moving and powerful."
"An astonishing true story . . . A sprawling adventure . . . Full of good guys and bad guys, lush landscapes, barren prison cells, love, courage, despair, and cruelty."
--The Philadelphia Inquirer
"A straightforward, gripping narrative, not easily forgotten."