She Is Mine
A War Orphans' Incredible Journey of Survival
Her father was an American serviceman, her mother a young Korean woman confused by the ravages of war. Abandoned at age four, nameless, homeless, and utterly alone, this child roamed the bleak, war-ravaged countryside of South Korea for three years and was finally left for dead. But The Creator had other plans and revealed them through the words, "She Is Mine."
I had the privilege of hearing Stephaine speak in person. Though she writes in the third person, this is her story. I encourage you to hear her speak, your life will be changed.
Amazing book! It really high lights what it's like to be an orphan. And it is just so amazingly touching. I found myself crying probably every other chapter. I DEFENITLY suggest this book. Read to the end it is just simply amazing.
She's Mine by Stephanie Fast
A powerful and moving story. Have a box of tissues with you as you read this. Heart feels burdened for the orphans.