The Girl With Seven Names

The Girl With Seven Names

A North Korean Defector's Story

eBook - 2015
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The author details her escape from North Korea in 1997 at the age of seventeen, her return twelve years later in an effort to bring her mother and brother to South Korea, and her efforts as an activist on the international stage.
Publisher: Glasgow : HarperCollins Publishers, 2015.
ISBN: 9780007554867
Characteristics: text file
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jericho_0
Jul 21, 2017

This book gives great insight into what it is like to grow up in North Korea. The book was an interesting read that I couldn't put down. Highly recommend reading this book.

PimaLib_LoisM Jun 29, 2017

This is an amazing book that I could not put down. The author was so brave to attempt and succeed in escaping from North Korea into China and eventually South Korea. Lee gives us an inside look into how North Koreans are indoctrinated from birth on; and the difficulties they face in learning how to learn to live in a free society after growing up in North Korea.

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Madreley
May 19, 2017

Very good book into the daily lives of North Koreans, and the crazy regime that keeps them in submission through fear.

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gwebisu
Apr 24, 2017

Fascinating look at a frightening country; the author's and family's escapes read like a thriller

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jackhwolf
Apr 21, 2017

A fascinating frank depiction of life in North Korea and along the escape pipeline. A page turner that I could not put down and is a must read for anybody interested in the current political situation.

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k2togssk
Jun 21, 2016

First-hand account of growing up in and then defecting from North Korea. In reading a few of these memoirs, it is important to note the very different pathways a male vs a female N. Korean refugee are forced to take to find a different life.

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Kate50_1
May 11, 2016

An amazing account of what it is like to live in North Korea and what it takes for someone to defect. Her story is one of the few that you hear about escaping a communist country.

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Jane_Sm
Apr 07, 2016

Fascinating to read, about life in North Korea, her struggle to escape, and life elsewhere. Very painful to realize the ongoing pain, suspicion and hostility between North and South Koreans.

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McBainF1
Mar 07, 2016

An amazing story to read and so sad to consider. Many different emotions are brought up. We are so fortunate. I highly recommend this book.

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carol507
Mar 03, 2016

What a brave young girl. So glad I grew up in the U.S.A. and not an oppressive country like North Korea

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