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By Nawuth Keat

ISBN-10: 1426306660

ISBN-13: 9781426306662

Alive within the Killing Fields is the real-life memoir of Nawuth Keat, a guy who survived the horrors of war-torn Cambodia. He has now damaged an established silence within the desire that telling the reality approximately what occurred to his humans and his nation will spare destiny generations from comparable tragedy.

In this fascinating memoir, a tender Nawuth defies the percentages and survives the invasion of his place of origin by means of the Khmer Rouge. below the brutal reign of the dictator Pol Pot, he loses his mom and dad, younger sister, and different individuals of his kinfolk. After his place of origin of Salatrave was once overrun, Nawuth and his ultimate relations are finally captured and enslaved via Khmer Rouge warring parties. They undergo actual abuse, starvation, and inhumane residing stipulations. yet via all of it, their feel of kinfolk holds them jointly, giving them the energy to persevere via a time while any statement of id is punishable through death.

Nawuth’s tale of survival and get away from the Killing Fields of Cambodia is additionally a message of desire; an concept to teenagers whose worlds were darkened via worry and separation from household. This tale offers a undying lesson within the price of human dignity and freedom for readers of every age.

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Even though the Khmer Rouge had blown up half of our house, Dad still lived there. He raised chickens, grew rice, and kept a big vegetable garden. At the end of one of my visits to see Dad he said, “You’re a good boy, Mop. Take this rice and these eggs, and vegetables. ” Then he loaded the food next to me in the taxi trailer. As the taxi pulled away, I looked back and saw him standing alone in front of our ruined house. I tried to smile at him, but I couldn’t. He had told me I was a good boy. He usually did not talk much, and I was not accustomed to being praised.

But we saw people die from starvation, so we “stole” rice whenever we could. ” I said. “Rice is ready to harvest in a field I saw about a mile north of here. ” “OK, I’m ready,” I said as bravely as I could. When we got to the field, Van Lan walked ahead of me.

It seemed to me we walked a long ways. By the time we reached our house, I felt very worldly and important. When I got into bed that night, I raised my legs up toward the ceiling. I was glad I didn’t have to do that all night long. My mother was kind, but she made me behave, too. She scolded me when I got mad at my brothers. I hated their teasing me whenever our neighboor Deenah and her family stopped by to visit. ” Of course Deenah was not really my wife, but our marriage had been arranged. Nobody else in my family had an arranged marriage, but our mothers decided to arrange a marriage between Deenah and me because of a strange dream they each had.

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