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The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After - Community Reviews back

by Clemantine Wamariya
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Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it 2 years ago
From the opening pages of The Girl Who Smiled Beads, Clemantine Wamariya creates an image of being the most privileged refugee to have come out of Rwanda. I knew I was being judgmental, but it bothered me that even in this—genocide—it is the privileged who are given the opportunity to tell their sto...
sensitivemuse
sensitivemuse rated it 2 years ago
It’s not an easy subject to write and review about. What can you really say about it when it’s filled with tragedy, mass displacement, and human suffering. It’s definitely an eye opener and if you’re wanting a book to read and discuss this would be an ideal one. What is prevalent all throughout th...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 2 years ago
Wow, as I read this novel, I was exhausted. Clemantine had lived quite an extensive life, a life which seemed to be always on the go, a life where she couldn’t get too comfortable because they would soon be moving on. I felt a bit overwhelmed as Clemantine moved around in this novel. She moved wit...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 2 years ago
The Girl Who Smiled Beads by Clemantine Wamariya, Elizabeth Weil, authors; Robin Miles, narrator Although Clemantine is still relatively young, she has lived a lifetime in that brief time, and her memoir is inspiring. In the face of enormous terror and danger, she survived, and actually, she eventua...
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