The stories intertwined with the informative information made it so captivating and real.
This book is for the informed or uninformed on the subject of human trafficking. Hopefully, it will open your eyes and heart towards these boys and girls, men and women, like it did mine.
I would--there's so much information of the current North Korea that I know I missed pertinent information.
It seemed like at random times, a different voice was dubbed in. It made it distracting while listening.
I would highly recommend for everyone to check out LINK, the human rights organization that was mentioned in the book.
Absolutely--this book not only gave a historical context of China in times of uprise, but it gave me a new insight of the oppressive pressures that the Chinese people experienced.
I enjoyed that the author was also the one who read out loud. It made me appreciate the story even more.
Yes, I finished it within two days. It had excruciating parts that were difficult to listen to, however his story of strength and courage made me want to continue in listening.
I found that this was a prominent issue within the foster care system that is all too easily overlooked. It also was profoundly eye-opening when he was searching for his biological family. He describes feelings and issues that are not widely talked about, and I found it to be refreshing that he is unafraid to discuss these.
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