“..People might remember the name David Hicks.
He is an Australian who was held prisoner at Guantanamo Bay from 2001 until 2007.
In 2010 he published an autobiography entitled Guantanamo: My Journey.
Reportedly the book details the years of torture he underwent while in the custody of the US military.
Sounds like a book you might want to read.
But strangely, it does not seem to be for sale in the U.S.
Barnes and Noble does not list it at all.
Amazon, conversely, does list it for sale— at its Kindle Store —but at the very spot on the page where we’d expect to see the “Buy Now” button, we find instead a notice reading, “This title is not available for customers from: United States.”
Amazon also has a used hardcover copy for sale—only one—but it is available at the outrageous price of $105.15..”
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