Step onto the red clay of Burundi with Barbara Emrys as she journeys by propeller plane to an obscure country with an unrecognizable name. This colorful, reflective story shows readers life with all its emotional textures and allows them to find God and the universal desires of the human heart....
|Title||:||Red Clay of Burundi: Finding God, the Music, and Me|
|Number of Pages||:||131 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Red Clay of Burundi: Finding God, the Music, and Me Reviews
A coming of age story with a few big differences. The author is American, two of her teen years was spent in Burundi in the early 1960s and she can write. Its a book of coming to grips with herself, religion and music all the while being in a newly independent country where simmering tensions were seeing the start of the Hutu/Tutsi genocides. She was also at a Belgian school where teaching was in French, there was a rampant evangelical teacher and a cast of international students. But the star of the book was the imagery the writer invokes.