It is the first day of Winter, farewell fall, a new season. Even with the next three months of dead outside, if you break open a twig, you’ll find the faintest green foreshadow of spring. It might be a new season, but it is the last hunger season. Roger Thurow dares to ask, “Can four Kenyan farmers working on one acre each mark the end to global hunger?”
The Last Hunger Season gets me a little bit closer to understanding [the aspirations of farmers in Kenya]. I loved the book.
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