le 10 avril 2012
This is a painful book to read, but insightful all the same. It is written in a light-handed manner that we digest the poignancy of the story of this emotional and far-reaching story with a laugh every now and then. The great thing about this story, like Janvier Chando's The Grandmothers, is that we see the resilience of children and humans in general even in situations where institutions and society fail them. It also gives us an idea how things could be better if we listen to the sufferers who are under our care.