New York Times Daily Book Review: Eat The Buddha

In “The Unwomanly Face of War,” an oral history of World War II, the Nobel Prize-winning writer Svetlana Alexievich recounts a strange little story. A woman leaps into dark water to rescue a drowning man. At the shore, however, she realizes it is not a man she has hauled from the water but a giganti… more

Eat the Buddha Review at Booklist

Journalist Demick does for Tibet what she did for Sarajevo in Logavina Street (1996) and North Korea in Nothing to Envy(2010): reveal the lives of individuals struggling against state tyranny and violence.  Read full review… more