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Review: An Ordinary Man: An Autobiography

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Alexis Burling

"Our time here on the earth is short, and our chance to make a difference is tiny. For me the grinding blocks of history came together in such a way that I was able to take what fragile defense I had and hold in place for seventysix days. If I was able to give much it was only because I had some useful things from my life to give. I am a hotel manager…my job never changed, even in a sea of fire ... Read full review

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This book could have been better done, and could have had more dialogue,

Review: An Ordinary Man: An Autobiography

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An Ordinary Man: An Autobiography is the story of Paul Rusesabagina, the manager of Milles Collines, a luxury hotel in Rwanda, during the Rwandan genocide. It is not an easy book to read. It is not ... Read full review

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