HE DIDN'T DIE EASY by Mary Kimani
The Search for Hope Amid Poverty, War, and Genocide

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A poignant and absorbing book of prose and poetry, He Didn’t Die Easy details both the world’s suffering and its eternal promise as observed by a journalist during her career.

The reflections in He Didn’t Die Easy represent a ten-year journey during which author Mary W. Kimani struggles with the questions arising from the physical and psychological consequences of war as well as the pain, anguish and terror that linger long after. Kimani speaks of how perpetrators of violence and their victims live together under conditions of emotional turmoil, daily anxiety, and utter desperation. Yet, in the face of these seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Kimani’s words echo with optimism and the faith that our world will become a better place.

He Didn’t Die Easy is a personal search for hope and meaning in the face of the haunting and overwhelming realities of pain, poverty, violence, war and genocide that the author has seen, experienced, and written about during the course of her life’s work.


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Published November 30, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 172 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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