Thoughtful and unsettling. I’m picky when it comes to memoirs, but I found this one to be interesting and worth my time. Just don’t expect it to be an easy read, since it’s about a girl who survived a massacre. There is obviously violence and hardship, but there is also plenty to think about.
It’s an inside look at the life of a refugee, and it definitely reminded me how fortunate I am, when many others aren’t.