No Greater Love:How my Family survived the genocide in Rwanda
Marked for slaughter, Dr. Tharcisse Seminega, a Tutsi professor at the National University of Rwanda in Butare, along with his wife and their five children, evaded the machete’s fury during the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. Their gripping story of terror and rescue spans the range of human behaviour, from unbridled cruelty to heroic courage. In heartbreaking detail, the author describes Rwandan society’s headlong descent into genocide. Vivid descriptions of the social and political developments in Rwanda are authenticated by an extensive appendix of personal accounts and key historical documents.