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by Sheldon Whitehouse
272 Pages · 2017 · 2  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Girl with Seven Names
by Hyeonseo Lee
320 Pages · 2015 · 1.2MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Girl with Seven Names” is a remarkable story of a young woman’s quest for freedom and happiness. Hyeonseo Lee is the author of this perfect and fantastic book. This is an inspiring story of courage and bravery as one woman struggles to keep her family together after separation that included varying periods of incarceration for each of the three-member family. This is a fascinating, heart-wrenching book about a family’s escape from the oppressive authoritarian regime in North Korea. The Girl With Seven Names is a well-written autobiography of a very brave woman born in North Korea. She informs the reader of the lack of freedom available to the citizens of North Korea through the day-to-day experiences of her life there. Hyeonseo is a very skilled and intelligent writer. The author gives a very clear picture of everyday life and her escape initially into China, then South Korea. This book is incredible and tells a story that is almost unbelievable. Such a humbling read. The strength of the author is nothing short of amazing. “The Girl With Seven Names” is a fascinating, yet horrifying look behind the curtain of the despotic rule that is communist North Korea. From the start, readers know that the author has successfully defected and lived to tell about it, but the tension and suspense in the story come from a never-ending series of obstacles, bad coincidences, and narrow escapes. Bribery is everywhere for everything, including safe passage and fake identification papers. After sneaking across a river into China at the age of 17, Hyeonseo Lee (her seventh name) pretended to be a Chinese Korean. She lived in fear of being deported to North Korea if authorities found out she was an illegal immigrant. Discovery would mean that she and her whole family would be sent to prison camps and tortured or executed. After 11 years of this charade, Hyeonseo could take the pressure no more and decided to flee to South Korea, where she would immediately be given asylum and full citizenship rights. Getting there was only the most dangerous part of the challenge. Adjusting to life in a democracy was more difficult than it would seem, and she longed to be reunited with her mother and brother who were still in North Korea. The family developed an escape scheme, but nothing went according to plan. Don’t be surprised if you find your heart pumping as you read of Hyeonseo’s heroic improvisations when things go wrong. Finally, “The Girl with Seven Names” is a perfect and powerful book for everyone to learn more about life in North Korea. A true story of a young girl’s life in North Korea and her journey to freedom.
Game of Thorns
by Doug Wead
416 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Game of Thorns: The Inside Story of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Campaign and Donald Trump’s Winning Strategy” is a great book about the election of Donald Trump. Doug Wead is the author of this book. Doug is one of the few living historians to have written about all of the American presidents. Wead has been an employee of ten presidential campaigns. He began as a writer for Ronald Reagan in 1979. In 1989 George H.W. Bush brought him on to seniors’ staff at the White House as a special assistant to the president. Wead makes two revealing observations about the race with the first being character. Hillary tried to make the character an issue by claiming Trump was temperamentally unfit, but most of the public believed her to be dishonest, so her character ended up being the bigger issue. There is an extended account of Trump’s family history, such as the death of his elder brother, his relationship with his father and much more. This book is quite fair and dome of the Donald Trump rants and unfortunate statements are quoted at length and in detail. To know more about the election history, read this Game of Thorns.
by Dan Bongino, D.C. McAllister, Matt Palumbo
0 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J.Trump” is a history book that reminds some of the details behind the players and their role in Spygate. The authors of this history book are Dan Bongino, D.C. McAllister and Matt Palumbo. Dan Bongino is a former Secret Service agent and NYPD Police Officer. Dan is also a former Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate and the House. D.C. McAllister is author, Journalist and political commentator whose work can be found at The Daily Wire, The Federalist and the PJ Media. Matt Palumbo is the author of the Conscience of a Young Conservative and the Co-founder of Unbiased America. The authors tell the story of how the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton campaign and foreign entities try to disrupt Trump campaign in the presidential election 2016. The authors reveal everyone has an opinion about Donald Trump schemed with the Russians to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016. In this election, many actors involved and it’s difficult to know who or what to believe. Spygate brings facts and opinion to expose the greatest scandal in American history.