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The Bang-Bang Club
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'This is a book of extraordinary power. I cannot recommend it highly enough' Fergal Keane

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Sales Points* Foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu* A powerful exploration of war reporting, to stand alongside the classic Vietnam memoirs of Don McCullin and Jon Swain* Critical acclaim for The Bang-Bang Club:--'a compelling account of what it is like to be a war correspondent in one's own country... [a] superbly told story' Independent on Sunday-- 'a device of searing pain- as painful a loss of innocence as any I have read anywhere- powerful and heartbreaking- Not for the faint-hearted, and not for the beach, The Bang-Bang Club is a must, though' The Times--'This is the most honest account I have read of what it feels like to be a war photographer and what drives such brave, some would say reckless, individuals to risk their lives.' Daily Mail--'What distinguishes this account is its honesty-. A gripping book where emotions are laid bare- [Marinovich and Silva] confront the basic ethical and moral issues which most of us rarely have to think about as we glide along in our conformable Western lives.' Yorkshire Post--'a splendid book, devastating in what it reveals' Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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This is the most honest account I have read of what it feels like to be a war photographer and what drives such brave, some would say reckless, individuals to risk their lives.
*Daily Mail*

A splendid book, devastating in what it reveals
*Archbishop Desmond Tutu*

What distinguishes this account is its honesty-. A gripping book where emotions are laid bare- [Marinovich and Silva] confront the basic ethical and moral issues which most of us rarely have to think about as we glide along in our conformable Western lives.
*Yorkshire Post*

a compelling account of what it is like to be a war correspondent in one's own country... [a] superbly told story
*Independent on Sunday*

a device of searing pain- as painful a loss of innocence as any I have read anywhere- powerful and heartbreaking- Not for the faint-hearted, and not for the beach, The Bang-Bang Club is a must, though.
*The Times*

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