Zeitoun : Winner of the American Book Award 2010
by Dave Eggers
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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Dave Eggers is Zeitoun is the winner of the American Book Award and the Los Angeles Times Book Award In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina blew into the city of New Orleans was abandoned by most citizensBut resident Abdulrahman Zeitoun, but that his wife and family disappeared, refused to leaveFor days, he crossed an apocalyptic landscape of flooded canoe streetsBut finally, he came to the attention of these “guards” this drowned of the cityIt’s Zeitoun’s nightmare to really startZeitoun is the powerful, ultimately edifying true story of a man of courage when confronted with an incredible force of nature, followed by more disturbing man of oppressionEggers uses Zeitoun’s eyes to report on America’s post-Katrina reasonless world, Reminds Gabriel Garcia Marquez of documentaries, this is a true story told with the skills of a master of fictionExtremely readable “Independent” MagistralBrilliantly designed, powerfully written and skillfully “Tutor” The fabric of great non-fiction narrativeFifty years from now, when people want to know what happened for this time big city, they will talk about a family named Zeitoun The New York Times Book Review
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