Digital Participation: Book Review of Murambi, the Book of Bones

I read the novel, Murambi, the Book of Bones, by Senegalese author, Boubacar Boris Diop. This novel, which is told from many different perspectives, is a story of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Though we get the stories of many who played a role or fell victim in the genocide, the story focuses on one main character, Cornelius Uvimana, who goes back to his homeland of Rwanda to reflect on the tragedy after spending over 20 years abroad. As he is reflecting in Murambi, the stories of those who were in Murambi at the time of the genocide are told in a first person narrative. Diop comments on many issues we have discussed throughout the semester and includes themes that are common with some of the other novels we read.

Here is the link to my Amazon review:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/review/R10HUL9WG0Q2QE/ref=cm_cr_pr_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0253218527

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