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These Yada Yada books are a fun read. At first I thought they were going to be too light and lacking in substance, but the more I read, the more I disagree with my initial perception. I especially like the bold and honest look into prejudice...the reality of how we are all faced with living with generations of the pain, mistrust and inequality that rascism breeds. I agree with the author's approach that the healing from these circumstances becomes all or our responsibilities.The author also takes a bold look at spiritual issues such as legalism. The characters are so human and honest. I will read the whole series, but will break it up with other books in between.
You don't really read this book as much as soak it in. The recovered collage journals of Dan Eldon who was tragically killed by a mob in Somalia while photographing the aftermath of a bombing are stunning. You can see in each page of these journal entries that with Eldon's death the world lost a great humanitarian artist. p.s. an evil person from a class i took in college asked to borrow this book from me and never returned it...even after my repeated asking for it. the bitch stole it and it will not be forgiven nor forgotten.