Review: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace...One School at a Time

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Three Cups of Tea is the true story of one of the most extraordinary humanitarian missions of our time. In 1993, a young American mountain climber named Greg Mortenson stumbles into a tiny village high in Pakistan's beautiful and desperately poor Karakoram Himalaya region. Sick, exhausted, and depressed after a failing to scale the summit of K2, Mortenson regains his strength and his will to live ... Read full review

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User Review  - greeniezona - LibraryThing

I resisted this book for a long time despite the appeal of its topic, largely because of its popularity as a book club book. And we all know I'm a snob like that, despite my claiming of the bookslut ... Read full review

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This book gives me mood swings.I cry because of sadness and I laugh when its funny and I also get angry when its confusing.
This novel\book is the best encouraging book that I have read.
I would RECOMMEND this book to anyone,any age and any country.
This book has really encouraged me to start to help other countries that are moneyless and start to think about other countries other than my own!!!!!

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