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Slave Again 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 It is offered at this special introductory price for a limited time This book has some Christian characters and themes but was written with a broad audience in mind



10 thoughts on “Slave Again

  1. says:

    Review Title True Freedom Rallies Compassion review of Slave Again by Alana Terry Reviewer Janice S Garey 5 StarsThis is another wonderful tragedy redeemed by God tale from the talented story weaver, Alana Terry If you read the first book in the series, Beloved Daughter, you will not be disappointed in this book You do not need to read the first to get the full impa


  2. says:

    Mee Kyong has done a lot of things in her life and to be honest she doesn t really regret too much of it Growing up in a North Korean camp didn t exactly offer her a promising future and what she has done got her as far this But resorting to murder Well that s a different story entirely As she flees to freedom or what she had hoped would result in freedom guilt wracks h


  3. says:

    An emotionally moving story, Slave Again is almost hard to listen to at times It has its rather dark moments but it is ultimately a story of faith and hope.Mee Kyong lives a life so far removed from my own that sometimes it s hard to imagine and I kept turning the next page and the next The choices she must make are beyond impossible and not only does she survive day after


  4. says:

    I have read and I felt a little bit sad about the ending This one had a better ending but I feel that I need another bookWHERE S THE NEXT BOOK The story is touching and very very emotional even in the violent parts It s impossible to read this book and not be moved by the hard life that lead some people Read reminds us that we must act and do something for this people.The chara


  5. says:

    Wow, just wow This is a very powerful story If you judge a book by how many tears you shed for the characters this would rate a 100 I was bawling by the end of this book and had to stop several times to wipe my face of tears I love a story that holds so much emotion that it will do that to me This is definitely a book that will stay with me a long time This story will keep you on t


  6. says:

    In the author s note, she shared 70% of females that flee North Korea for China became a part of the sex industry So heart breaking to leave one difficult situation for another Slave Again is a novel based upon the 70%.Slave Again continues the story of North Koreans that began in Alana Terry s first novel of the series, The Beloved Daughter Slave Again is not only about North Koreans


  7. says:

    Poignant, sad, thought provoking, mysterious and joyous all at once Alana Terry has the amazing ability to draw readers right inside her characters minds After reading this book, I just want to sit here, think and prayer I want to cry, I want to be thankful, I want to doAt this point I can t saythan Well done, Alana Terry


  8. says:

    Never a dull moment but lots of heartache pain in this book The suspense just keeps on coming What I expected to happen didn t come about so I loved the surprise ending I received a complemenary copy of this book I am reviewing it voluntarily Never a dull moment but lots of heartache pain in this book The suspense just keeps on coming What I expected to happen didn t come about so I loved the


  9. says:

    Just finished reading these first two novels by Alana Terry The Beloved Daughter and Slave Again are incredible books I will share these over and over again Your heart will be stirred upon reading these novels You will want to help the beloved children who are portrayed within.


  10. says:

    Awesome book A well written book with a plot that makes it difficult to put down It brings awareness to the suffering of the North Korean people.


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About the Author: Alana Terry

When Alana isn t writing, it s likely that she s on the floor wrestling with her kids Or playing outside with her kids Or chauffeuring her kids Or trying some random science experiment with her kids But she s probably not cooking or cleaning.Alana is a homeschooling mother of three who loves to write, hates to cook, and enjoys reading a good book almost as much as she enjoys writing one.Alana won the Women of Faith writing contest for The Beloved Daughter, her debut inspirational novel What, No Sushi is Alana s first book in a chapter book series for kids published by Do Life Right, Inc.


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