Reborn by Cartsand Chau
THROUGH THE INNOCENCE EYES

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"Author Cartsand Chau revisits her youth in Vietnam and subsequent life in the U.S. in her debut memoir Reborn. Better organization of her narrative would help provide cohesiveness. Reborn functions as a personal catharsis for Chiu; for readers, it offers a stark glimpse into a troubled life,with little relief from its disheartening distresses."
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"In my book Reborn, I describe events that take me back to relive the occasional traumatic memories I experienced during the war in Vietnam as a frightened child. Plus, the experiences of living in the United States, I often flashed back to these horrible events throughout my daily life; brought into the awareness of the wildest crimes, mainly violence against woman. I witnessed mass murder, countless victims, and all the shocking realities of the entire central highland I knew as a child no longer exists! The whole area literally destroyed; blown completely off the map!
I speak out as a woman that for years has suppressed the conflict between the will to deny these tragic events. From silence, I reveal numerous stories about horrible things; things that no one really wants to hear."
 

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Published September 25, 2014 by Xlibris US. 214 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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on Dec 01 2014

"Author Cartsand Chau revisits her youth in Vietnam and subsequent life in the U.S. in her debut memoir Reborn. Better organization of her narrative would help provide cohesiveness. Reborn functions as a personal catharsis for Chiu; for readers, it offers a stark glimpse into a troubled life,with little relief from its disheartening distresses."

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