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Published by Sätila Förvaltning AB, Sweden in Sweden .
Written in English

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Number of Pages98
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Open LibraryOL25135892M
ISBN 10978-91-86495-35-0

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An eye opening first hand account of the war that ripped apart Sudan in the s. Emmanuel Jal puts his experience as a child soldier into words. He describes the pain, misery, and hardship that was his childhood and the recovery that led him to his life today. This book had many great lessons such as the value of friendship, and the power of /5. Time magazine's Lev Grossman named it one of the Top 10 Nonfiction Books of , ranking it at No. 3, and praising it as "painfully sharp", and its ability to take "readers behind the dead eyes of the child-soldier in a way no other writer has.".   A Long WayGone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier is by Ishmael Beah. I was asked to read this book by a Mother whose child was required to read it over the summer. She wanted my view of the book. The book deals with child soldiers in Sierre Leone in the 80’s and 90’s. I found this book hard to deal with. The graphics of the rebel soldiers is too Reviews: K. Child soldiers can be used as fighters, human shields or simply in propaganda campaigns. Countries, such as Myanmar, Colombia, Congo, Sudan, Syria, and Iraq, are some of the places that have child soldiers. The problem is that children who manage to escape can’t fully recover from the horrors of the war. Here are 15 stories of child soldiers.