Stay Alive, My Son

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 15, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Really, really powerful and really, really sad.

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I read this book after a visit to Cambodia, it's well written and makes one think about how life can mean so little to some people. A story of survival, this books takes you to the war that was.

Contents

Evacuation
20
The Liberated Zones
36
The Beginning of Purification
55
The Ghost Town
69
The Jungle of the Dying
81
The Scourge of Angkar
110
Escape From Don Ey
139
Feeding the Fire of Enmity
162
Into the Forest
177
Alone
202
Freedom
218
Epilogue
236
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About the author (1988)

John Man is the author of Attila, Genghis Khan, The Great Wall, Gobi: Tracking the Desert, Ninja, Samurai, and other works. Educated at Oxford and the University of London s School of Oriental and African Studies, he was awarded Mongolia s Friendship Medal in 2007.

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