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Jun 22, 2012

Show 851 Part 7 of 8. Audio book. To Destroy you is no Loss.

"To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss." The taunting slogan used by the Cambodian Communists to intimidate millions of Cambodians in 1975 sets the mood for this incredible survival story. Teeda, who was fifteen at the time of the Khmer Rouge take-over, chronicles her family's fearful existence and their emigration to America. Moore has a clear, soft voice; she gives the story the straightforward yet sensitive reading it deserves. Images of the horror of Teeda's family's deprivation, their sorrows and fears, the love and support within the family, and the strength of the human will to survive are all powerfully communicated by her careful phrasing and subtle changes in tone.  To Destroy You is No Loss. By Joan D. Criddle, Teeda Butt Mam. Narrated by Christina Moore. (from cover case)


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over six years ago

Part 8 of 8 appears to be the actual beginning of the book? Surely this (part 7 of 8) isn't the end?? Is so, this is terrible! We're left to imagine all the main characters are to be killed with no real final conclusion??? If I'm mistaken, would someone please at least email me with a brief summary as to their ultimate fate? Thank you in advance.

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ten and a half years ago

Does this mean that after this show the book ends? Somehow it doesn\'t make sense to talk about all the hard times she\'s been through to get out of her country to end the book when she was being forced to get back.

Could you please check again? There must be a remaining part where Teeda gets to the United States.

almost eleven years ago

Hi Gardner,
The entire book is on the website.
The ACU shows of this audio book are Show # 37-41 and 43, 46 and show 49 is actually the first tape of the book which was historical background.
Let me know if you have any trouble listening to the entire book.
Scott -ACU

Gardner Ruggles Jr
over eleven years ago

Ahem, I thought you said you wouldn\'t leave us hanging!

Chris Craig
thirteen and a half years ago

It has been a long time since I read We The Living by Ayn Rand. At the time, I marvelled at the stupidity and cruelty of a movement that treated its national bretheren like sheep, promoted the lowest element while striking down those who were its best hope. Having heard this book, my amazement has been trumped in spades. I was in high school when the horrific slaughter of the Cambodian people was perpetrated by the Khmer Rouge, and blissfully ignorant while my teachers were spouting Marxist party line and anti-American/anti-captilist slogans. I wish I could find them today and make them listen to the fruits of their utopian ideas. In addition to being an eye opener, this book is well written, providing a suspenseful glimpse into Teeda\'s Hell.