"Born after the birth of Berlin’s 1894 ghosts, Habineza lives shortly in the villages of Rwanda until the 1959 Revolution when he and his family are forced to flee the country into Uganda – into the fangs of Idi Amin’s ghosts,
Believing that the ghosts of Idi Amin will never be exorcised, he leaves for his home country where he starts a family until the ghosts of 1994 emerge and set fire upon the highly inflammable Army, militia, and the people.
Again Habineza is on the run, this time in the company of his wife, two children, a journalist, and a family friend. Will they slip through the bloody roadblocks set up by the dreaded Interahamwe militia? Or will they remain in the overflowing rivers?
Will the UN rescue them? Or will the UN headquarters look the other way?"
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