Check out this review of the book, Our Memory Like Dust, by Gavin Chait, as featured on the My Chestnut Reading Tree blog.
I’m thrilled to be on this blog tour today for Our Memory Like Dust by Gavin Chait with my review. A big thank you to Rosie Margesson for inviting me!
About this book…
Why do we tell stories? To hold on to what has been loved and lost, to create new myths, to explain and teach in ways that seep into memory.
Shakiso Collard leads the evacuation from Benghazi as jihadis overwhelm the refugee camp where she works. On arrival in Paris, she is betrayed by her boss, Oktar Samboa, and watches in despair as those she illegally helped escape are deported back to the warzones of Libya.
Elsewhere, Farinata Uberti – strongman CEO of Rosneft, the world’s largest energy company – arrives in London after triggering a violent insurrection in Tanzania to destroy a potential rival in the oil market. In the Sahara, an air convoy on its way…
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