This is the biography of John Bul Dau, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. It recounts his childhood running from violence across hundreds of miles of desert and living in refugee camps. He was brought to the US on a special program to rescue the Lost Boys.
He now lives in Syracuse, NY. What a life. Amazing what a person can go through when he has to. It’s also sick to see what humans can do to each other. Dau is a charismatic Presbyterian and it was interesting reading his African views of Christianity in America.
An interesting read, perhaps about 50 pages too long but an interesting first-hand account of life in Sudan in the last 30 years.