This is the heartbreaking autobiography of a Rwandan girl who was separated from her family at the age of 6 because of the outbreak of civil war and spent the next 6 years migrating though 7 central African countries with her older sister as refugees.

The atrocities committed during this period by one tribe on another, with friends and family pitted against each other, are dispassionately told as Clemantine struggles to make sense of the events. She is now using her experiences to bring about understanding and change. A deeply moving account of a terrible time in recent history which needs to be remembered.

~ Heather