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Never Fall Down

A Novel

by Patricia McCormick

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Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick
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  • Published in USA  May 2012
    224 pages
    Genre: Biography/Memoir

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Unbelievable True Story!
The atrocities that these people faced was horrible and hard to believe that people, human beings, could be so very cruel. Never Fall Down is a difficult book to read but a necessary book to read. I think everyone needs to read this true story to understand the magnitude of destruction of human life the Khmer Rouge forced upon the people of Cambodia. Patricia McCormick has told Arn Chorn-Pond’s story well and my hat goes off to Arn for having the stamina, courage and fortitude to change from being a killing machine to a man of peace. An excellent piece of work!
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