Flushing, NY (PRWEB) January 16, 2014
Author Helen Sang Hee Kwak reveals a story that will touch many readers’ hearts. Her publication, “Two Faces”, chronicles the journey of a woman who has to go through too many hardships before she can find a sense of belonging.
This book is the story of a young woman who came to America, and finally settled in a positive and harmonious attitude of life after going through so many troubles. During her troublesome journey, she met Korean friends and friends and American Dr. Steve. Dr. Steve Stern helped her endure and recapture her life new life. Her unique yet relatable experiences that led her to acquire victory in the face of adversities is very remarkable.
Readers will learn all about the harmony and understanding two different cultural background despite the seemingly deep gap at the beginning of Heesok’s journey. At the end of this story, it highlights the events of World War II where “comfort women” were very rampant. The years of her hardship and suffering opened doors for her to find real happiness. Her story imparts the importance of the understanding and awareness of other people’s pain which are very essential in building society for a harmonious and peaceful living. It also gives light to the different cultures that shaped her in this foreign land and the immigrant experience that changed her life.
“Two Faces” is a woman’s inspiring story of determination and perseverance to start a new life in a foreign land despite the thorny past she left behind.
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About the Author
Helen Sang Hee Kwak is a poet and writer who has published six volumes of poetry, three essays, one novel and many anthologies. She was awarded the Olympoetry Poet in Spain on 1994. She also received several awards in Korea and US, including poet laureate (UPLI, 2007). Also, she is an inspirational lecturer among Korean-Americans.
Two Faces * by Helen Sang Hee Kwak
Publication Date: January 13, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 209 pages; 978-1-4931-3021-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 209 pages; 978-1-4931-3022-1
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-3023-8
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