A Time that was.: A Peace Corps Volunteer's Experience of Pre-revolutionary Liberia, West Africa, 1962-1964 by Philip S. Salisbury

June 19, 2018

 


This book is about an author who had a mixed bag of incidents and escapades in Liberia. He hold on to a diary for most of his tour of duty. It uncovers the daily lives of their people, students villagers and him as a Peace Corps volunteer. The experiences are both wide-ranging and unforeseen. Reading this book gave rise to a timely and suitable outlook on the volunteer’s life and the culture he lived in. It provides numerous intuitions into Liberian culture and how it contrasts with life in the United States. This book transports the reader from experience to experience. I can assure you that you will have a tough time putting it down.

Philip Salisbury is a fab scene-setter. I felt like I was pacing through the pages of the book into wherever he was taking me. It was a breeze to get adrift in the scenes and it made me yearn to keep turning the pages until the end. This book is filled to the brim with plenty of inventive and inspired illustrations written in well structured and straightforward English. It is guaranteed to blow the minds of its readers and keep them on the edge of their seats in delirium as they stride through from page to page. I definitely recommend this book. 

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