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This book was very well written..
Ms. Demick skillfully weaves together stories of six North Korean refugees into a narrative which portrays life in North Korea from WWII to the present.
Amazing how people can live in such desperate circumstances and be kept in the dark about how the rest of the world lives so much better.
Well written and gave incite into the control and ego of the North Korean leaders and how it cost so many citizens their lives.Published 1 day ago by dm51
I knew absolutely nothing about North Korea, and I still don't. All I know is from what I have read in this book, which I find an extremely interesting read. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Charles L. Gilmore III
I knew North Korea was in their own little world, but I had no idea just how much suffering the people in that country have endured, and are still enduring. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jana
NOTHING TO ENVY is an amazing and eye-opening piece of journalism from award-winning LA TIMES journalist Barbara Demick. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Stacy Helton
Chilling insight into a totally totalitarian state. A real eye opener but not for thr faint at heart.Published 5 days ago by julie a oconnor
The title says it all. We Americans have so much to be thankful for. North Koreans suffer tremendously at the hands of this regime. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Yellow Bird
The well-written look into North Korea through the stories of refugees. A great introduction to the problem of North KoreaPublished 9 days ago by R. Stump
I haven't been able to put this book down, finishing it in 4 days. This well-written account of life in North Korea follows a handful of N. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Sarah Mullowney