Book Reviews of China Cry: The Nora Lam Story

China Cry: The Nora Lam Story
China Cry The Nora Lam Story
Author: Richard H. Schneider, Nora Lam
ISBN-13: 9780840731876
ISBN-10: 0840731876
Publication Date: 2/1991
Pages: 253
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Thought-provoking writing about another time and place. Opened my eyes about the persecution that happened and continues to happen in China and other countries. Definitely would recommend this one as a read!
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The true story of the love, courage and sturggles of one woman--Nora Lam--whose Christian faith leads her to make the ultimate choice between life nad death.
Set in China 30 years before the bloddy Tianannmen Square massacre, this sweeping drama portrays the harsh reality of the repressive Communist regime and Nora Lam's indomitable will to survive.
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China Cry is the true story of the love, courage, and struggles of one woman--Nora Lam--whose Christian faith leads her to make the ultimate choice between life and death.

This sweeping drama portrays the harsh reality of the repressive Communist regime. Her story spans decades and takes the reader through the invasion of China by the Japanese.

The daughter of a western educated doctor, Nora saw her comfortable upper middle class life end in 1939, when at the age of seven she was forced by the Japanese to flee her home and seek refuge. It is during this time Norma was to have the first of a number of visions of a guardian angel, appearing in the guise of an old man. This guardian angel would sustain her and advise her in her hour of need throughout her life.
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Incredibly inspiring. Hard for me to put down. What a lessons in events in very recent history.