Cartsand Chau Shares How She Was ‘Reborn: Through the Innocence Eyes’

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New book describes traumatic events she experienced during the Vietnam War, living in U.S.

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Cartsand Chau speaks out as a woman that for years has suppressed the conflict between the will to deny these tragic events. From silence, she reveals numerous stories about horrible things; things that no one really wants to hear. Sharing these memories is one way to declare the true horrors of war. She realized that no description can convey or impart the personal crisis that remains imprinted in her soul.

Reborn: Through the Innocence Eyes” (published by Xlibris) describe the events that take her back to relive the occasional traumatic memories she experienced during the war in Vietnam as a frightened child. Together with her experiences of living in the United States, she often flashed back to these horrible events throughout her daily life. Brought into the awareness of wildest crimes mainly violence against women, she witnessed mass murder of countless victims and all those shocking realities of war.

“This book could help those that have similar experiences as they confront, accept and be at peace with their inner self. I would like to give some advice to readers that we do not have to dread this time of our life. We should not wallow in the negative aspect of things but instead, get a fresh start as the next chapter of life unfolds,” says the author.    

“Reborn: Through the Innocence Eyes” speak out the life of the author as a woman that for years has suppressed the conflict between the will to deny tragic events in her life. Her experiences have helped shaped the kind of woman she has become today.

“Reborn: Through the Innocence Eyes”
By Cartsand Chau
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 214 pages | ISBN 9781499064551
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 214 pages | ISBN 9781499064568
E-Book | 214 pages | ISBN 9781499064544
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

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