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The Revenge of Blood-Red Rivers

Martin Lundqvist

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After surviving the Rwandan genocide, Samantha sets out to avenge her family.This book follows the adolescent Samantha Nyamwasa as she travels through a war-torn Rwanda during the genocide of Tutsis in 1994. Samantha survives rape, genital mutilation, and the murder of her family. Despite all her ordeals, she stays strong and is determined to reach her goal, to murder Colonel Patrick Bagosora and avenge her family.

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. . .When Yuhi had ran away, I spoke to my dad about something that I read in the newspaper. “Father. The newspaper said that President Juvénal Habyarimana is facing difficulties with the peace treaty. Why is that? Why can’t people live in peace?” Mutara gave me a worried expression and explained, “That is because the devil and evil spirits influence people to want discord. It’s the way of the world. You can only make things better by helping the good spirits around you.” “But will we be safe?” I asked innocently. “Man cannot know his fate. Only our God Jesus Christ knows. To speculate on these matters is a waste of energy. We must pray that God will save us and things will work out.” My father said with a kind but worried voice . . . Read More