Dying to Live: A Rwandan Family's Five-Year Flight Across the Congo
By Pierre-Claver Ncacyayisenga, Translated by Casey Roberts
(0/5) Clear
loading... Loading...
Pierre-Claver Ndacyayisenga was teaching history in Kigali, Rwanda, when he was forced to flee to the neighboring Congo with his wife and three children. Thus began a harrowing
View more
Interest Age
General Audience
Get the ePlatform app for iOS or Android. The quickest and easiest way to borrow and read eBooks and Audioboooks.

Additional Details

Dying to Live: A Rwandan Family's Five-Year Flight Across the Congo
9781926824833
Baraka Books
1 June 2013
EPUB
  • Web browser / App
  • Adobe Digital Editions
190
5.46 MB
General Audience (0-99)
EN
Regional History
General/trade

Author Biography

Pierre-Claver Ndacyayisenga is a former history professor at the Lycee de Kigali, Rwanda. He and his family were forced to flee the country in 1994. Casey Roberts is an award-winning translator and editor. He is the recipient of the John Glassco Prize awarded by the Canadian Literary Translators Association for his translation of the YA novel Break Away 1, Jessie on My Mind. They live in Montreal. Phil Taylor hosts the Taylor Report at CIUT, Toronto. For ten years he was investigator for human rights lawyers including former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark and the late Charles Roach.