A Look Through Time: 10 Most Influential Historical Novels
10. Escape from Camp 14, Blaine Harden
It is hard to imagine that there is a country on earth where human rights are nothing more than a concept and where people are punished for crimes their forefathers committed. But, there is and it is called North Korea.
Escape from Camp 14 is the unbelievable story of a boy, born in a forced labour camp, who manages to escape his hellish prison and overcome hardship as he tries to rebuild his life. Despite his emotional and physical scars, he has shared his story with us and it deserves to be read.