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I can't believe the horror that Loung had to go through. She told her story in such a vivid way made me feel like i was there. I can't wait to read he other books.Published 12 days ago by Mykal Jones
A brilliant book that shows us the beauty of the human spirit against the crushing pain of war. I look forward to reading other books by this author.Published 1 month ago by Sumeeta Patnaik
Very well written and helpful in developing one's empathy for those who suffered under the Khmer Rouge regime. Thank you Loung Ung.Published 1 month ago by Simon
Great insight into the world Cambodians lived during the genocide. Well written and captivating.Published 1 month ago by classics
It has been more than 40 years since the black-uniformed columns of the Khmer Rouge rolled into Phnom Penh and changed the life of a 5-year old girl named Loung Ung forever. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cambodia Fan
Wow! First, I didn't expect to learn so much. The history and knowledge peppered into such a touching story was really well done.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book is an amazing book, don't get me wrong. But it came in kind of dirty looking like it was beat up. The package had a whole in it but the book is amazing.Published 2 months ago by Mecaila
Very good book that personalizes the Khmer Rouge era in Cambodia. The author does an excellent job incorporating background information about the war while remaining in a child's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lauren