This review is from: The Relocation of Life
The Relocation of Life propels the reader into Rwanda’s heinous 1994 slaughter in which some 800,000 people were viciously murdered in 100 days. Lisa Albuja uses a sobering and impressive knowledge of the complicated people, vast land, and ruthless political struggles between two ethnic groups – Tutsi and Hutu. She takes the reader into an unimaginable world of brutality, horror, and death, while at the same time captures the attention of her reader through plots of love and redemption. Her love triangles are revealed in the most hopeless of haunts. Every page rivets the reader with action, danger, beauty and courage.