This book actually isn't by Ishmael Beah (he wrote the foreword), it's by Kendry Dupuy & Krijn Peters.
The subtitle of this book describes it as a "handbook" and on Amazon, part of the description reads, "Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and higher." So I guess it's an academic book that tries to introduce to peacebuilders or social workers the kinds of things they should be aiming for in war-torn regions. I think that's why I didn't like the last chapters--I would give the first 3 chapters of this book 5 stars, but the rest of it I don't really have much use for. It wasn't that it wasn't good, useful information; it's just that I don't personally have a use for it. The first few chapters were very interesting and I was pretty much riveted as though it was a mystery novel or something. The last two chapters were more along the lines of instructions on rebuilding society.