cat63 (cat63) wrote in 50bookchallenge,

Book 11 for 2013

The Kindness of Strangers by Kate Adie. 425 pages

I'm not sure why, but this autobiography of a BBC war correspondent didn't grip me nearly as much as I expected it to. there were interesting, moving and amusing parts, but not nearly enough of them and the style overall seemed astonishingly dull and not particularly informative.
Tags: autobiography, non-fiction

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