With What Remains - Leslie Bilinda Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340908734 / Genre: Non-fiction / Author: Leslie Bilinda / Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton / Released: 2006-02-01 / Ten years ago ... more
With What Remains - Leslie Bilinda ... Lesley Bilinda wrote the acclaimed book The Colour of Darkness, a personal account of the horrors of the Rwandan genocide in which she lost her husband Charles. For a decade she has lived with no knowledge of how Charles died, or the identity of his killers.She returned to Rwanda last year, with a documentary film crew in tow, to uncover the truth. But in between traumatic encounters with the men she suspected responsible for his death, a very different truth emerged - Charles had been having an affair before and during their marriage.This beautifully-written and moving story charts Lesley's physical and emotional journey through a post-genocide Rwanda still shrouded in deceit and confusion. Despite the painful revelations, she gained a new sense of freedom from knowing the truth, and a fresh belief in herself and in God.
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Pages: 208, Paperback, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
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by - written on 04/11/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
"With What Remains" by Leslie Bilinda I bought this book from Amazon prior to our holiday in Rwanda and Madagascar. All the books I managed to find set in Rwanda apart from, 'Baking Cakes in Kigali' were centred around the Genocide in 1994. I wasn't able to find any books set in Madagascar which is a bit sad. If I was a more talented writer I might have had a try but I know my limitations! This book was suggested by Amazon when I ordered " An Ordinary Man" which I have reviewed on here previously. Initially I wasn't convinced but as it was only a couple of quid I thought I'd give it a try. Lesley Bilinda: The author was not ... Read the complete review