Monday, December 15, 2014

Slave Again Book Review

She traded in her prison uniform for shackles of a different kind. 
After escaping a North Korean prison camp, Mee-Kyong is hustled over the border and sold into the Chinese underworld. She vows to survive, but sheer determination and willpower won't save her this time. Is she fated to remain a slave forever?

Slave Again is written by Christian suspense novelist Alana Terry, winner of numerous awards, including the Women of Faith writing contest and the Readers' Favorite gold medal for religious fiction.
My Review:
This is a very emotional book about the sex slave trade in China and as well all know from the media and from other books, these never end well.
You will be cheering the girl, Mee-Kyong as she goes through this journey to come out on the other end determined to help others like her live a better life. She is determined that what happened to her friend while in the sex slave ring will never happen again to someone she cares about.
It's a journey worth reading so that you are able to understand how this gruesome practice continues even to this day. I can't fathom a life like this and know I am very lucky nothing like this ever happened to me and I feel so deeply for these girls.
This book will haunt you in some ways but also give you hope for the girls who are able to break free.
Happy Reading!
About the Author:

Alana is passionate about human-rights issues in North Korea and has devoted her writing to raise both awareness and funds to help North Korean refugees find freedom and safety. You can find out more about Liberty in North Korea and Alana’s rescue campaign at


collenga said...

This sounds like a great book, thanks so much for the chance!

Alana Terry said...

Thanks so much for sharing. I love what you say about rooting for the girls. :) Merry Christmas!