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The story of Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army is chilling—ruthless genocide, wholesale rape and torture, and the abduction and brainwashing of thousands of children to create an army of child soldiers and sex slaves. The cry ringing around the world is "Capture Kony!" and yet the last LRA activity in Uganda took place years ago. What remains are its victims, and the lives they must piece back together again.

Award-winning journalist Paul Raffaele documents the human cost of Kony's war. At the height of the rebellion, Raffaele visited northern Uganda three times to investigate Kony, the LRA and their crimes against the 25,000 children they abducted. He interviewed scores of survivors at World Vision's Children of War Rehabilitation Centre, as well as religious and military leaders, social workers, and ex-LRA officers. This book is the the product of those interviews—the story of the children of Kony's war, told by the children themselves.

20% of the proceeds from this book will be donated to UNICEF, in the name of the children of Uganda.

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