Book Reviews of Nobody's Child: A Woman's Abusive Past and the Inspiring Dream That Led Her to Rescue the Street Children of Saigon

Nobody's Child: A Woman's Abusive Past and the Inspiring Dream That Led Her to Rescue the Street Children of Saigon
Nobody's Child A Woman's Abusive Past and the Inspiring Dream That Led Her to Rescue the Street Children of Saigon
Author: Christina Noble, Robert Coram
ISBN-13: 9780802115515
ISBN-10: 0802115519
Publication Date: 10/1994
Pages: 257
Edition: 1st ed
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Grove Pr
Book Type: Hardcover
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Good read, very emotional.
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I was so blessed by this heart wrenching story. From almost surreal pain, this woman has come back from the wilderness to minister to those most in need by following a literal dream in the night. I was moved to tears many times especially as she speaks of her love of the street children of Vietnam. Christina and her co-author do an excellent job at not delving too deeply into the darkness but working from a foundation of forgiveness, love, and respect while telling the truth of her past. It is a beautiful story especially giving hope to those who long to make a difference, as she did. Great biography!
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I am from Ireland and this was an amazing and heart breaking story. A lot of strength and courage.