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All woman and springtime / a novel by Brandon W. Jones.

Jones, Brandon W., 1972- (Author). OverDrive, Inc. (Added Author).
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  • ISBN: 9781611747768 (electronic audio bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 audio file : digital
  • Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC : Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2012.

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General Note:
Electronic audio file.
Reproduction Note:
Electronic reproduction. Minneapolis HighBridge Company 2012 Available via World Wide Web.
Subject: Female friendship > Fiction.
Human trafficking > Fiction.
Korea (North) > Fiction.
Genre: Electronic audio books.
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    Having grown up in a North Korean forced-labor camp, mathematical genius Gi and her friend Il-Sun escape to South Korea, only to be forced into the sex-worker industry there and in the United States.
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    Two orphan girls are taken from their jobs in a pants factory in North Korea, spirited across the Demilitarized Zone to be sex workers in the South, and eventually shipped to the United States. What propels the story is Gi, the heroine: a tender-hearted genius who loses everything yet refuses to be destroyed. Reminiscent of Memoirs of a Geisha, All Woman and Springtime reveals with chilling accuracy life behind North Korea's iron curtain, the horrific underworld of the sex trade, and the resilience of a spirit in the midst of unspeakable oppression.
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    Two orphan girls are taken from their jobs in a pants factory in North Korea, spirited across the Demilitarized Zone to be sex workers in the South, and eventually shipped to the United States. What propels the story is Gi, the heroine: a tender-hearted genius who loses everything yet refuses to be destroyed.
     
     Reminiscent of Memoirs of a Geisha, All Woman and Springtime reveals with chilling accuracy life behind North Korea’s iron curtain, the horrific underworld of the sex trade, and the resilience of a spirit in the midst of unspeakable oppression.

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