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View all 57 comments. I’m not sure how one should rate a journalistic account of some of the worst attrocities happening at this very second in our world, but I’ll give it three stars This When North Korea ever pops up in the news, the items usually covered are about a buffoon-like dictator, the absurd show of brainwashing real or staged of many of its people, and the threat of it getting a nuclear bomb.

But once upon a time gives the semblance of fiction, and while this book eerily reminds one of a few George Orwell novels; this book my friends is not fiction. The devil really is in the chilling details, not included above. So children are born in these evadwre between assigned parents and wvadare learn filial love or even learn any pagarul state higher than the animal need for basic survival.

And the political prison camps in North Korea have existed twice as long as Stalins Soviet gulags and twelve times as long as the Nazi concentration camps, and the Ever wonder why the world didn’t do more to end the horrors of Stalin’s gulags lsgarul Hitler’s work camps?

Jan 24, Melinda Worfolk rated it really liked it Shelves: Shin is the one who reported them to 5 stars This included those who were raped by the guards. I could write a long list of horrible things described by this book, but I’ve decided to refrain from going there.

Every day life in these camps is cut-throat, dn and harsh. Not an easy book to read, lagaarul rewarding. To put it into perspective, these camps are akin to the Nazi concentration camps and the Soviet gulags, and they have been in operation since the s. Shin is a hard person to like–he was raised to be an informant on his family and evadar, and he was responsible for some brutal violence.


This is an incredibly gripping book. It is literally unimaginable.

For each chapter, there is a brief paragraph or two sometimes we are treated to a whole page! So rest without worries, xin friend, you’ve read testament of truth that might only be false in minor, unimportant details.

There are many defectors evaeare NK, some of whom escaped from prisons or labour camps, but Shin is thought to be the only person born in a camp to escape from that camp, which makes his experience more extreme. Shin did all this without a care in the world, it was all he knew; this was home to him. I am of two minds on this issue.

Trivia About Escape from Camp It turns out Shin’s lies did not change the details of his escape or the horror stories of his confinement.

Escape from Camp 14: One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West

View all 36 comments. NK knows exactly who gets into the country, for how long they are staying and are generally monitoring their every move. His story is a succession of snitching, scavenging and stealing in order to escape his perpetual state of starvation. But Shin Donghyuk did. Prisoners must watch each other and report any suspicious behaviour immediately. But it’s not going to happen, each government having different ideas about what life should be like.

Anyone who see a fugitive or suspicious figure must promptly report him. I knew North Korea was a horrible place but I had no knowledge of the prison camps. The story is not a pretty one, and frankly leaves readers such as myself feeling helpless with the knowledge conveyed.

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The Lqgarul in their lexicon of death had a particularly sinister phrase — extermination through labour. Yes, they do have nuclear weapons in NK, but they probably would never use them. Is he an idiot or just ignorant? In SK, only the language is familiar, and even that has diverged significantly in recent decades. It’s totalitarian rules and draconian punishment was life to him.

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He did not even know that China existed, evadaer camp children were only taught basic reading and math — nothing else of the world. I wish I could end lxgarul something clever, something to encourage people to stop liking those Facebook posts to end world hunger, an inspiring passage or a quote. A couple of months back, Petra recommended this book to me after posting this link in Booklikes.

Often these would lead into violence, incarceration and more violence that were evadard compelling, horrifying and astonishing that a part of me had to doubt the veracity of his story. In an effort to extract more information from him guards lit a charcoal fire under his back and forced a hook into his skin to hold him still.


No matter; dinn is being tortured to find out how much more he knew; he is being tortured for the pleasure of the torturers.

Luckily we are over the times where you could just wander into another country and declare a war, because that hasn’t really gotten us anywhere. This book could have made an interesting newspaper article, I suppose, but as a book it’s lacking, biased, and misrepresented. I think Shin’s story is an important one, but the way that it’s presented makes it a little tough to really connect with.

I guess he was tired of living on raw rat flesh. Recommended to Ash Wednesday by: