Barbara Youree Ayuel Leek Beny Ngor
Courageous Journey: Walking the Lost Boys Path from the Sudan to America
March 21, 2018 Comments.. 951
Courageous Journey Walking the Lost Boys Path from the Sudan to America This compelling human story is coupled with timely issues facing the world the crisis in Darfur control of limited oil reserves terrorism by radical Islamic groups Told through the experiences of t

This compelling, human story is coupled with timely issues facing the world the crisis in Darfur, control of limited oil reserves, terrorism by radical Islamic groups Told through the experiences of two boys, Ayuel Leek and Beny Ngor Chad, the book traces the journey of thousands of displaced children who walked for months across barren land, menaced by starvation, diseaThis compelling, human story is coupled with timely issues facing the world the crisis in Darfur, control of limited oil reserves, terrorism by radical Islamic groups Told through the experiences of two boys, Ayuel Leek and Beny Ngor Chad, the book traces the journey of thousands of displaced children who walked for months across barren land, menaced by starvation, disease, wild animals, and gunfire Author Barbara Youree, in collaboration with Leek and Chad, follows them through their years in refugee camps and their journey to the United States, where the author mentors them in college as they follow the American dream and pursue their goal of helping other Sudanese Two million Sudanese have been killed and thousands tortured, displaced, or sold into slavery This is their story.

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  1. Cheryl says:

    Reading books like Courageous Journey: Walking the Lost Boys Path from the Sudan to America just seem to make me more and more aggravated with which countries the U.S. seems to feel it needs to intercede with and which we leave alone! It is hard to argue that it is not about oileven though there is oil in southern Sudan, where the troubles of this book take place. It is even shown that Osama bin Laden was the person who started the conflict in Sudan between the Muslims of the north and the Chris [...]

  2. Tim Merriman says:

    This book is well written and fascinating, but not the reason I see five stars. The story is important and Ms. Youree lets it play out in following one of the lost boys of the Sudan and his circle of friends and family. I knew a little about the story, but not the depth of misery the lost boys survived or the heights of achievement they reached even while living with nothing. Their kindness, yearning for peace and thoughtful instincts kept many alive while they watch many like themselves die alo [...]

  3. Wendy says:

    I loved this book. The boys in this book have lived so many lives in their short time on earth. It amazes me that they were able to keep so many core values from such a young age as they were thrown so many curve balls in life. These boys were truly heroes and I do hope that they never again have to face the hardships they did as kids. It is nice to know that they have so many great things to look forward to in life now and I hope that the rest of their lives are lived in happiness. I hope too t [...]

  4. Ralph Calhoun says:

    Not sure why I read books about genocide but I do. I found this one to have a good mix of lighthearted incidents, among the terrible. I've not read about Africa much and was glad to haave this introduction to the problems in Sudan. Reading this reminds me, one who was born in America, what a fourtunate person I am, and also restates how much so many other people wish to come to this counrty and/or emulate it in theirs. There is a lot of hope among the horrible.

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