Left To Tell - Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust
By Immaculee Ilibagiza, with Steve Erwin. This is an account of Immaculee's incredible survival of the Rwandan genocide. In 1994, the death of the Hutu president started the three month killing of one million Tutsi, including most of Immaculee's family, friends, and neighbors. Immaculee hid in a small bathroom with seven other women for three months, with little food or water, knowing the murderers were looking for her, to rape, torture, and kill her.
You will come to realize God's unfailing protection and unconditional love. It is amazing to read her transformation in faith and the maturing of the only thing she had left - total trust in God. Truly amazing is Immaculee's change from hatred to forgiveness, through God's grace, of the Hutus who killed her family.This searing firsthand account of Ilibagiza's experience is simply riveting. Softcover, 231 pages.
This is the revised edition of the New York Times bestseller with a new Afterward by the author.