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A Heart for Freedom: The Remarkable Journey of a Young Dissident, Her Daring Escape, and Her Quest to Free China's Daughters Hardcover – October 4, 2011
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Gripping . . . moving . . . A compelling tale rich in narrative detail that will keep you completely engrossed. --(David Aikman, former TIME magazine Beijing bureau chief, and eyewitness to the Tiananmen massacre ) --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
A compelling first-person account . . . for all of us seekers who search for true meaning and purpose while battling our private fears and regrets. (Micheal Flaherty, cofounder and president of Walden Media)
Gripping . . . moving . . . A compelling tale rich in narrative detail that will keep you completely engrossed (David Aikman, former TIME magazine Beijing bureau chief, and eyewitness to the Tiananmen massacre)
A deeply touching firsthand account of what really happened in China that eventually led to the Tiananmen Square massacre. (Yu Ying-shih, professor emeritus, Princeton University, and recipient of the John W. Kluge Prize (2006), Library of Congress)
Top customer reviews
I highly recommend this book.
However, I do have a couple criticisms and warnings for future readers. First, the book feels a little premature. I don't feel like Chai Ling's story has really come to an end yet, and I will be following her organization and the other topics brought forth in this book. Do not approach this book with the expectation that the problems that the author describes in China have been resolved.
Second, the end of the book is very heavy handed on converting to Christianity. As a Christian, this doesn't bother me at all. However, I do wonder how it would affect the perspective of a non-Christian reading this work, and I hope non-Christians don't find this distracting from all the other wonderful aspects of the book.