To Asmara: A Novel of Africa by Thomas Keneally

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To Asmara: A Novel of Africa

'“Compelling . . . Not since For Whom the Bell Tolls has a book of such sophistication spoken out so unambiguously on behalf of an armed struggle.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Eloquent . . . Keneally has given us a vivid, moving picture of these determined people.” —USA Today   “A daring and ambitious book . . . full of excellent footage of a war the West has too long ignored.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer   “One of Keneally’s best efforts: suspenseful, a balanced blend of action and depth . . . well-written, and increasingly engrossing to read.” —Christian Science Monitor   “Thomas Keneally has made the conflict in Eritrea the subject of a gripping novel, possibly his finest.” —The Sydney Morning Herald   “This impassioned work . . . straddles the boundary between fiction and reportage so adeptly that it almost deserves a category of its own.” —Publishers Weekly'
'“Compelling . . . Not since For Whom the Bell Tolls has a book of such sophistication spoken out so unambiguously on behalf of an armed struggle.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Eloquent . . . Keneally has given us a vivid, moving picture of these determined people.” —USA Today   “A daring and ambitious book . . . full of excellent footage of a war the West has too long ignored.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer   “One of Keneally’s best efforts: suspenseful, a balanced blend of action and depth . . . well-written, and increasingly engrossing to read.” —Christian Science Monitor   “Thomas Keneally has made the conflict in Eritrea the subject of a gripping novel, possibly his finest.” —The Sydney Morning Herald   “This impassioned work . . . straddles the boundary between fiction and reportage so adeptly that it almost deserves a category of its own.” —Publishers Weekly'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504026734 Pages: 290