This year again, Rabid Reader’s Reviews presents a list of books dealing with human rights. In light of the events, human rights violations have increased and become a pressing issue worldwide.
To Live Out Loud: A Novel by Paulette Mahurin
“There’s an electricity of fear and suspicion in the people. It was believed that Dreyfus would be a traitor because he was a Jew.”
“To Live Out Loud is an outstanding work of historical fiction and a must-read for everyone, especially those interested in the history of human rights violations.”
Read the complete To Live Out Loud: A Novel by Paulette Mahurin review here. Continue reading Rabid Reader’s Book List for Human Rights Day 2017
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