Jambo, Mama

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Cypress House, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages
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Escaping painful family circumstances, Melinda Atwood journeyed to Kenya, where she struggled to build a new life. Isolated and alone, she overcame financial deprivation, a disastrous love affair, and raising a son without family support. Told with honesty and wit, Atwood's is an inspirational story.

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User Review  - contessa20 - LibraryThing

Speaking first from a technical standpoint, I found Atwood's story to be mediocre at best. There wasn't much meat or substance to it, she had no distinct style to speak of and, while I read her words ... Read full review

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User Review  - Angela - Goodreads

Woman takes up residence "at the foot of the Ngong hills" to enact her own Karen Blixenesque fantasy. A good read (though I struggled a bit not to pass judgement on the over her pretty over-entitled foolishness at points). Read full review


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