Logavina Street Reviews
"Brilliantly captures the sense of civilian Sarajevo heroism - its pluck, irony, stoicism... [By] focusing on one Sarajevo street, Demick is able to evoke the reality of life in the city with accuracy and nuance." - David Rieff, The Philadelphia Inquirer
"[A] beautifully rendered portrait of Sarajevo." - Mark Danner, The New York Review of Books
"Barbara Demick shapes the history of one city street into a small masterpiece." - Jim Dwyer, columnist, The New York Times
"If you can read only one book about Bosnia, this should be the one." - Mary McGrory, syndicated columnist, The Washington Post
"Take a walk on Logavina Street - you'll learn a lot about the heroism and courage of the human race." - Georgie Anne Geyer, columnist and author, Universal Press Syndicate
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