Activist, Cambodian genocide survivor, and bestselling memoirist Loung Ung returns with Lulu in the Sky A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, and Double Happiness the eagerly anticipated conclusion to the trilogy that began with First They Killed My Father -- a national bestseller and the recipient of a 2001 Asian/Pacific American Librarian’s Association award for Excellence in Adult Non-Fiction Literature. With First They Killed My Father, Ung gives an unflinching account of the Cambodian killing fields, where she lost her parents, two of her sisters, and twenty other family members. Her following book, the critically-acclaimed Lucky Child, tells the story of growing up as a refugee in America. Now, with Lulu in the Sky, Ung chronicles her adult struggle to escape the long shadow of war while finding love, reconnecting with lost family, and emerging as a world-renowned political activist.
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