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Barack Obama: Dreams From My Father

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An international bestseller which has sold over a million copies in the UK, Dreams From My Father is a refreshing, revealing portrait of a young man asking big questions about identity and belonging.

The son of a black African father and a white American mother, President Obama recounts an emotional odyssey. He retraces the migration of his mother’s family from Kansas to Hawaii, then to his childhood home in Indonesia. Finally he travels to Kenya, where he confronts the bitter truth of his father’s life and at last reconciles his divided inheritance.

14 reviews for Barack Obama: Dreams From My Father

  1. kalpesh suryawanshi (Verified Purchase)

    Book is awesome but the packing was not so good although thankfully the book wasn’t damaged. I would say its very underrated book in India. You must read it.

  2. Rahul Sali (Verified Purchase)

    A book worth reading .Barack Obama truly explains that Every little moment of life contributes to the big thing that happen. Thank you for fast delivery. Got it in 2 days.

  3. BIPLOB KUNDU (Verified Purchase)

    Story of an extremely humble man . Written beautifully , speaking of challenges everyone could relate with.

  4. GOURAB RAY (Verified Purchase)

    Its a good deal. Almost 200 rupee cheaper than new book and the quality was very good. Coming to book overall its a highly engaging and rewarding read. The last passage of his trip to Kenya is easily the best. In the end the book is really what the title is, Obama and his understanding of his father’s life and why he took the decisions he did going right into the heart of racial relations in US and Africa.

  5. Parth Niranjani (Verified Purchase)

    This book covers the early life of Barack Obama up to his first real job as a community organiser and was written when he was 33. The writing is fluid and at some passages are beautiful. It reveals a very self aware, extremely intelligent and very self conscious person trying to grow up battling the contradictions of growing up in a mixed race family.

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