Lulu In The Sky: A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, and Double Happiness by Loung UngLulu In The Sky: A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, and Double Happiness by Loung Ung

Lulu In The Sky: A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, and Double Happiness

byLoung Ung

Paperback | April 17, 2012

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Concluding the trilogy that started with the bestselling memoir First They Killed My Father, Loung Ung describes her college experience and her first steps into adulthood, revealing her struggle to reconcile with her past while moving forward towards happiness. After the violence of the Khmer Rouge and the difficult assimilation experience of a refugee, Loung’s daily struggle to keep darkness, anger, and depression at bay will finally find two unexpected allies: the empowering call of activism, and the redemptive power of love. Lulu in the Sky is the story of Loung’s journey to a Cambodian village to reconnect with her mother’s spirit; to a vocation that will literally allow her to heal the landscape of her birth; and to the transformative influence of a supportive marriage to a loving man.
An author, lecturer, and activist, Loung Ung has advocated for equality, human rights, and justice in her native land and worldwide for more than fifteen years. Ung lives in Cleveland, Ohio, with her husband.
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Title:Lulu In The Sky: A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, and Double HappinessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.83 inPublished:April 17, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062091913

ISBN - 13:9780062091918

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“Ung’s writing is clear-headed, honest and compelling; much of what she describes, from the brutalities she and her family endured to the ways it steered her adult life, is deeply affecting.”