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A Breath of Life and Hope of Light: Blurred Light from West Series Book One

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Genres: History, Nonfiction, True Crime

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A breath of life and hope of light, the first in the blurred light from west series is an impressive combination of vivid real time reporting from 1960 to 1986. The legendary social worker, activist “Lukonge Achilees” draw from his late Father’s diary who sought to bear witness to horrifying truths of dictatorship to write the first draft of history backed by well researched data drawing on unpublished reports, diaries, interviews about gripping stories of torture, detention, murders, extrajudicial killings and other mass atrocities and crucially to shine a light on the suffering of ordinary innocent oppressed civilians. Therefore; the book explores the hard facts of Ugandan history in real time the regimes had barred you from knowing and accessing. Historical realities you never read anywhere backed by evidences and examples. It further tracks most atrocities committed to prominent personalities, institutions and some personal accounts of civilians by regimes from 1960-1986 and provides a lens through which to view decades of Ugandan unrest and explore the future of Uganda.

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Some historical figures are fun to talk about meanwhile others are really difficult to discuss and explore, the author feel strongly that history is a perceptive we should consider when looking at societal issues and political unrest. It is not easy to discuss about Uganda political figures but I am grateful for scholastic series that allows every historical book readers, Ugandans, school aged categories to read and learn about a dark and sad time in Ugandan history in the most simplistic way. I encourage this book for any reader interested in Ugandan and east African politics, dictatorship in world and foreign relations. It’s a worthwhile read when African history is often overlooked. If you want shivers sent up your spire, then this book should do the trick. The inside information and stories that the book relays is quite appalling. This book is definitely not recommended for the faint heart. And while the description of activities and events are quite educational, the needless violence and suffering could overwhelm anyone.

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Book Type: Print & Digital

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Language: English (United Kingdom)

Pages: 610

Interior: BW

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Author of several selling books, "The Dream From Dust" A Memoir of Triumph Against all odds, "A Breath of Life and Hope of Light" From Blurred Light from West Series Book I and A Parenting book "Make Me Understand about Family, Parenting and Health

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