Sara’s Book 1


6x8bookcover_c_3How I Survived the Killing Fields: A Story of Hope, Love and Determination
is the remarkable story of Saroeup (Sara)Im and her amazing journey
through those harsh conditions. It is a truly inspiring testimony of the
human spirit’s triumph over the most horrible pain.

Approximately 2.5 million people died in Cambodia in the 1970’s. Many
were executed, others perished from unbelievable conditions, unspeakable pain and torment, sickness, disease, brutal hard work, unimaginably long days, insufficient food and no medical care. These were the Killing Fields.

When I met Sara what struck me instantly was her sweet, kind expression and passion to communicate her wisdom about what it means to live in a healthy way.
Sara is a truly remarkable person – full of light and love. To know her now and to hear her story brings me to tears, knowing that my sweet friend endured so much. It also instills in me pride that she made it through that horrifying experience and lived to love, inspire, instruct and share her God – given inspiration with us all!

I’m sure you will find this book a little unsettling, in the way that all injustice and torture unsettles and angers us; and inspiring, in the way that we all go through our own life’s horrors and can come through with grace, dignity and joy, if we persevere as Sara did.

God bless you all as you read this incredible, true

Ms. Erika Black
President and Founder of Pull It Together
Certified Holistic Life Coach

How I Survived the Killing Fields: A Story of Hope, Love and Determination
$23.95 – includes shipping and tax.

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  • kat

    This book will make you laugh, cry, and you will definitely be moved. It is a beautiful story of hope, love, determination, and courage. Once you read this book, you life will be changed forever. Once I started this book, I could not put it down. It was amazingly written and captivating. The story is beautiful and this is one book everyone should own.