“Everything Is Broken: Life Inside Burma” is the second book by Emma Larkin, a Burmese-speaking American journalist who gathers her touching stories traveling incognito in Burma (aka Myanmar).
Like her first book, this one has appeared in a popular edition, with a sub-title that is more explicit: “The True Story of Cyclone Nargis and its Aftermath in Burma”.
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