Wednesday, October 12, 2011

My Review of A Heart for Freedom

A Heart for Freedom
Written by: Chai Ling
Published by: Tyndale

Since childhood I have known that China was place where humans were not given all of the rights that they deserve. When I was young I joined my family in boycotting products that were made in China, but eventually I stopped caring and just started buying whatever - it is so hard to find things that aren’t made in China these days! Recently I have again been hearing of how China needs to change, and I received this book at the perfect time to go hand in hand with what I am hearing… China needs to change.

I must admit, before reading this book, I had never even heard about the Tiananmen Square Massacre.

Who the book is for:

Everyone should read this book, if you want to lose your any respect you may have for China. Anyone who wants to learn some history about China would be interested in this book.

What I liked:

I love how Chai is so open and honest in her sharing.

This book was interesting, and I didn’t have to force myself to read it.

Informative.

What I didn’t like:

There’s not much I didn’t like about this book.

My conclusion:

I’m glad I got the chance to read this book, and to learn more about China’s extreme government. I hope that I can find some way to help those in China, perhaps through Chai Ling’s organization All Girls Allowed.

I give A Heart For Freedom 5 out of 5 stars.

I received this book free to review from Tyndale. The opinions expressed in this review are my true thoughts and feeling regarding this book. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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