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The book was riveting but extremely sad. It was hard to put down. It is the story of a curious (always questioning everything), strong willed young Cambodian girl and her upper... Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Seaotter
This memoir is a stunning account of the Pol Pot era and the ruthless khmer rouge that destroyed its own people by murder and starvation. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Gigi Blanchard
The killing field years of Pol Pot were truly tragic and this book recalls much of this. How accurately is the question. A small girl remembers all of this? Read morePublished 4 days ago by R.L.D.
I read this while at the beach,couldn't put it down. being at the beach I felt like i was there in Cambodia. HORRIBLE ATROCTIES..BUT IT IS HISTORY. I DID LIKE THE ENDINGPublished 18 days ago by Lou
Outstanding memoir of tragedy and fighting to stay alive in the midst of chaos.Published 1 month ago by Jack L Schrier
Great book. My son was reading it for his high school honors class and I started to read it. Then purchased it when he had to turn it in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim
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I'd say that it is OK for high school students if they are mature. It is graphic in the sense that it talks about the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge without mincing words. I've had a few students read it.
Aug 16, 2009 by A. Bennett | See all 3 posts