|Author||Susan F. Quimpo|
|Nathan Gilbert Quimpo|
|Dimension||6 x 9 inches, 620 g|
Written as a family history this book furnishes us with powerful testimonies on the era of Ferdinand Marcos and Jose Ma. Sison, along with narratives on the vicissitudes of the revolutionary movement. Each Quimpo sibling bears witness to the events they and others did so much to shape. From aborted attempts to smuggle weapons for the NPA to heady times organizing spontaneous uprisings and general strikes in Mindanao, from the cruel discovery of the cause of one brothers death at the hands of a kasama (comrade) to the near hallucinatory tales of imprisonment and torture at the hands of the military, these stories remind us of the personal costs and the daily heroism of those who joined the movement To read these accounts, each so rich and distinctive in its tone, is to hear the rhythm of the revolution.
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