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I am a huge Dave Eggers fan - AHWOSG and What is the What are two of my all-time favorite reads. Admittedly, I was less impressed with "You Shall Know our Velocity."
While I did not find Eggers writing in Zeitoun quite as masterful as AHWOSG and What is the What, there is no question Zeitoun is as heartbreaking as both and matches "What is the What" in terms of its significance to our understanding of an enormous human rights tragedy. The book is incredibly riveting, particularly once the real human atrocity is revealed. Couldn't put the book down from that point until the end.
In short, this is an important book that SHOULD be read. It is an unforgettable work of justice -- blending great journalism with historical non-fiction to expose a human rights failure in hopes that a similar tragedy might not again be repeated.
The Zeitouns deserve this book, as do countless others who've suffered and/or continue to suffer similar atrocities. I applaud Dave Eggers and others who contribute to this much needed genre - Zeitoun, What is the What, The Help, Three Cups of Tea, The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Diary of Anne Frank, etc. These books shock and dishearten in a way that appeals to our shared human empathy. In so doing, they erode those elements (ignorance, stereotypes, bureaucratic systems, etc.) that enable these atrocities. I hope Zeitoun is widely read and widely reflected upon. It's a book that offers countless examples of how single acts of kindness and decency possess the power to overcome the most complex system failures.