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‘Left To Tell’ riveting tale of faith, survival

Morgan Cooper
Morgan Cooper
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I am not an emotional person. I have never actually cried during a novel. That is until I read “Left To Tell” by Immaculée Ilibagiza. This compelling autobiography tells of Ilibagiza’s struggle through the horrific Rwandan genocide and how she was spared by God, or “left to tell.” It’s ironic, however, that an actual survivor of the genocide would even be willing to talk about her experience. But it is clear from reading Ilibagiza’s account ...


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