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  1. says:

    Good read/pictures. However. Binding of the book fell apart first time I started to read it

  2. says:

    This book is both informational and filled with amazing photos. Very interesting: it goes beyond surface details, and makes a great coffee table book. If you have humanitarian leanings or care about ecological disasters you will be deeply moved by this book.

  3. says:

    Book was in good shape and very interesting.

  4. says:

    Building on my love for Michael Watts, this book is simply phenomenal. Watts and Kashi have gathered some of the best photographs I've seen of the Niger Delta crisis, and assembled them with compelling accounts of the crisis by activists and academics. No doubt, this book will not only encourage you to explore the issue in greater detail but the previous works of both Watts and Kashi as well. Please buy this book! It is

  5. says:

    This is a well laid out book with excellent photos and interesting story test. i recommend this book.

  6. says:

    Satisfied.

  7. says:

    I just returned from working in Port Harcourt for several months. This is a very graphic book from people who were able to penetrate the heart of the Niger Delta with pictures that very few people would otherwise be able to see.

  8. says:

    Full of stunning pictures, with concise but powerful text, this book is both breath taking and heart breaking.

  9. says:

    The book was very well packaged and arrived on time. But unfortunately the binding of the book was of such poor quality that when I opened the book the first time, several pages came loose. The glued spine simply can't hold the many pages, which defeats the purpose of buying the book rather than just admiring the photos online. I wish it had been a better product.

  10. says:

    Incredible work by Ed Kashi & Michael Watts. A deep insight into the oil crisis in the Niger Delta, and by extension, the impact of black gold globally. Highly recommended! The only reason I haven't given this a 5 star review, is t

  11. says:

    Great book, very well done, photos and content. However the binding fell apart after reading it only once

  12. says:

    Amazing work, great photojournalism and great book two thumbs up

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