Think of a book that could very well turn into a classic over a short time period. That could be this story, which reads like an autobiography. It is long, but it stirs you inside to keep turning the pages. True for so many of us are the mistakes of life, the decisions where you won’t find out until the end, after many years of growth, whether they were the right ones after all. The author mixes a healthy blend of politics and realism to the limit, but lets you draw some of your own conclusion on how some of these characters continue their futures.
Reviewed by Doreen (staff)