Monday, December 15, 2014

Slave Again by Alana Terry

Not too long ago, I posted a highlight on Alana Terry's new book Slave Again.  
I just finished reading and it is wonderful.
One of the things I love about Alana is her passion for North Korean Christians, refugees, and others who are suffering there. Her goal is to draw attention to this possibly over looked, shoved under the table issue, and also stir up prayer for brothers and sisters in Christ suffering persecution.



Slave Again tells a story of a combination of characters but focuses mainly on a family living in China using their business as a cover, who take in refugees. As the story begins there are quite a few characters to follow, but the more you read, you are able to see how their lives intertwine with each other as God brings them together.

Mee-Kyong is a young woman who grew up in a prison camp, but was able to escape with her prison guard husband who "rescued" her. Yet... it is not the life she hoped for, and she soon finds herself once again fighting for survival the only way she knows how.

Sun is a young girl who is seeking to help her family by earning extra money. She is naive and soon falls prey to a young girls nightmare - trafficking.

There are various other characters in the book including, an undercover agent and spy, Sun's brother who seeks to find her no matter what the cost, and several secret seminary students who are soon to be sent on a dangerous mission to reach the lost in North Korea.  Who will survive? Who will escape? Who will be caught?   You have got to get a copy to find out!!

Available on Amazon

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not asked to give a positive review.


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 alanaterry.com/link.  She is a gifted writer and her books will keep you glued til the end. You will not want to put it down and will be wishing book two were in hand when you do! Thankfully, soon to be released book 2 - Torn Asunder is already in progress, so you will not have to wait long!
Torn Asunder launches December 22 for just 99 cents, and all book sale proceeds today support the work of Liberty in North Korea, an organization that runs an underground railroad for North Korean refugees. You can get the paperback or the ebook for 99 cents for a limited time only.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for your review, Amy! Have a wonderful Christmas!!

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