Guantánamo Diary

Mohamedou Ould Slahi
Reading Order: Book 50
Categories: 2019, Erik Rostad
Memoir, Non-Fiction, War
Pages: 372
Suggested By: Daily Pnut, NPR
Date Started: November 5, 2019
Date Finished: November 10, 2019
7h 50m 53s
Reason Book was Chosen: I'm a subscriber to the Daily Pnut newsletter, a brief overview of the previous day's news. It's the only news I consume. This is one of the books suggested in that newsletter.

My Thoughts

Really disturbing yet important book. I read the redacted version and midway through saw that the un-redacted version is now also available, so I purchased that to see what content was redacted. Humanity shows through this devastating account of captivity at the hands of the U.S. Government.

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