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This book follows the lives of five ordinary people in North Korea. I am very curious about North Korea, how ordinary people live there. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jane Ann McClung
Nothing to Envy is an incredibly detailed and well-organized nonfiction narrative of the lives of six North Korean citizens who defected from the totalitarian state. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Garrett Zecker
This book delineates the lives of North Koreans and its defectors down to minute details. An easy read with a plethora of information to build your general understanding of a... Read morePublished 2 days ago
Excellent read about the conditions which devastated a nation. Engagingly written, her prose makes this book a page turner. Ms. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Pepperpod
This is a great book for anyone wanting an inside personalized look at what life inside North Korea has been like from the height of their industrialism into the famine.Published 8 days ago by Mary Hayden
Powerful and illuminating. A very human book about resilient human beings trying to cope with an inhuman regime.Published 9 days ago by Taffy Sassoon
A fantastic read that will make you appreciate everything you have.Published 16 days ago by Jonathan
Excellent story of a reclusive country. It is a great, reasonably quick read. The author does a nice job of telling a story by following a few specific individuals.Published 19 days ago by Kevin C.
This book was about six people who was born in North Korea and left there. This book tells of the horrid living conditions these people have to endure. Read morePublished 26 days ago by GAIL ELLIS