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  • The house at sugar beach

    Excellent won't be disappointed with this read.

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  • The House at Sugar Beach

    Fantastic book! The world is so uninformed about the REAL world. Let the media keep working hard and being paid for their hard work.

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  • So informative and very well written. A must read!

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  • Powerful personal and historical account.

    The House at Sugar Beach is at once a personal autobiography and a slice of history. The life and events described in Liberia are completely foreign to my experience, yet Helene Cooper recounts her life so directly that one feels like a friend is talking about her childhood, the things she loved and how she felt, and the story comes alive. The personal story is interspersed with historical details that have the feel of a family biography - both story and fact. With the terrible events of the coup and Helene's subsequent life as an American journalist, the private story set against a historical account continues. It is impactful, shocking, emotional and tender. I have recommended it to everyone I know.

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