Chronicler Of The Winds by Henning Mankell

In "Chronicler of the Winds," a poignant narrative unfolds through the eyes of a young African boy named Nelio, who, after being shot, recounts his life story from atop a theater roof in an unnamed city that is torn by civil war. As he lies dying, Nelio shares tales of resilience, leadership, and the impact of violence on his life and the lives of his friends. Through his stories, he becomes a symbol of hope and a chronicler of the forgotten children of the streets, revealing the harsh realities of a world where childhood innocence is often brutally shattered by the winds of war and hardship.

The 8884th greatest book of all time


Published
1995
Nationality
Swedish
Type
Fiction
Pages
192
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Swedish

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