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Interesting personal account, but not really 'a unique insight into Burma’s complex past'
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Challenging the reader to reflect on a painful, hurting world, Philip Yancey is as engaging as ever
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Somewhat slim update of a multi-million seller - but remains a classic
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Readable analysis arguing that Catherine Booth shaped the direction of the Salvation Army
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A fascinating premise and relaxing read, but ultimately mixed results
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Nick Page's entertaining history has a mischievous sense of humour, and is at times almost facetious
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