To Stay In North Korea Meant Starvation To Leave Meant Risk Of Capture, Torture, And Even Execution By North Korean PoliceGil Su And Some Of His Family Left North Korea To Seek Food And Freedom His Aunt Worked In China To Provide Food But Was Arrested At Her Work Place And Sent To A North Korean Concentration CampDevastated, Fourteen Year Old Gil Su, His Uncle, And His Cousin Went Back Inside North Korea And Frantically Searched For Gil Su S Aunt Gil Su Was Arrested But Escaped A Second Time Weeks Later Alone, Brokenhearted, And Starving This Time, Only A Miracle Could Save HimThis Is A Stirring Story You Won T Hear In The News A True Story About A Boy You Will Never Forget This story gives a rare inside view of North Korea from the eyes of a child The list of names in the back of the book is haunting Great read All of the books The few books I have read of yours I could not put them down Your descriptions the people, from North Korea, you have written about are so desperate yet so very strong in their faith I don t think most of the people, except our homeless people, in this country could handle the hardships that these people go thru on a daily basis I know that I most likely would nor could not be able to If any of you looking for a really down to earth, with some history, companionate strong characters this definitely is a great book to read.So I say Thank You for writing this book all of the others I m sure I have not read all of you books, the ones I have read tug at my heart They have made me cry, cheer on, angry want to help them. Shocking Makes me want to do something But what CAN we do to help
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Out of North Korea book, this is one of the most wanted C. Hope Flinchbaugh author readers around the world.
- 73 pages
- Out of North Korea
- C. Hope Flinchbaugh
- 08 February 2017 C. Hope Flinchbaugh