Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Finding herself

Lulu in the Sky is the third book by renowned author Loung Ung (above), and it hits the bookshelves this month. Feted for her two previous memoirs, First they Killed my Father and Lucky Child, Lulu will be another personal account, this time hosting a series of stories about her life in the States and going back to Cambodia, not only as an activist, but as a sister, an aunt and a daughter. Subtitled as A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing and Double Happiness, it will be an upbeat collection of tales, published by Harper Collins. 368 pages. Look out for it, and buy it.
Lulu in the Sky, the third book by author Loung Ung, is published this month

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Blogger saren said...

Wish I could get to read "Lulu in the Sky" soon. I have read "First They Killed my Father" and I loved it--very personal & emotional. It makes me truly sympathies with other Cambodian victims, and yes I thought of my parents'experiences at that time--how terrible it must be.
Have you read the new book yet?

April 25, 2012 at 8:55 PM  
Blogger Andy Brouwer said...

No I haven't read it yet, looking forward to getting hold of a copy soon enough. Loung....any review copies?
I recommend you read Lucky Child too, an excellent book.

April 27, 2012 at 3:46 PM  

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