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In Nigerian-American Iweala’s first novel, a young African boy is recruited to fight along guerilla fighters in his country’s civil war. Agu tries to hold memories of happier times close, but finds these and his sense of self slipping away amidst the fear and brutality of his new life.
- Uzodinma Iweala Harvard University graduate.
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