In January 2003 Asne Seierstad entered Baghdad on a ten-day via. She was to stay for over three months, reporting on the war and its after math. A Hundred and One Days is her compelling account of a city under siege, and a fascinating insight into the life of a foreign correspondent.
An award-winning writer, Asne Seierstad brilliantly details the frustrations and dangers journalists face trying to uncover the truth behind the allpervasive propaganda. She also offers a unique portrait of Baghdad and its people, trying to go about their daily business under the constant threat of attack. Her passionate and erudite vook conveys both the drama and the tragedy of her one hundred and one days in a city at war.