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Not Forgotten For The First Time, Kenneth Bae Tells The Full Story Surrounding His Arrest And Imprisonment In North Korea Not Forgotten Is A Modern Story Of Intrigue, Suspense, And Heart Driven By His Passion To Help The People Of North Korea, Bae Moves To Neighboring China To Lead Guided Tours Into The Secretive Nation Six Years Later, After Eighteen Successful Excursions In And Out Of The Country, Ken Is Suddenly Stopped At The Border He Inadvertently Brought His Computer With Him To The Checkpoint With A Hard Drive That Reveals The True Nature Of His Visits He Is Arrested, Brought To Pyongyang For Further Questioning, And Sentenced To Fifteen Years Of Hard Labor His Crime Attempting To Overthrow The North Korean Government He May Never See His Family Again.Back In America, Family And Friends Rally Support By Establishing A Website And Creating A Petition For Ken S Release Soon, Major Media Outlets Decry Ken S Unjust Imprisonment, Bringing Needed Attention That Culminates In President Obama S Call For Prayer On Behalf Of Ken At The 2014 National Prayer Breakfast Meanwhile, Ken Grapples With His New, Solitary Reality As A Captive Of One Of The World S Most Brutal Governments.From The First Harrowing Moments Of His Ordeal To His Release And Even Today Ken Never Wavers In His Love For The North Korean People, Even His Captors Not Forgotten Is Both A Compelling Narrative Of One Man S Dedication To Serving The Less Fortunate And A Modern Testament Of A Missionary Forced To Rely Solely On The God Who Sent Him Into Dangerous Territory Readers Will Marvel At The Rare, Firsthand Tour Of Life Inside The Most Shrouded Country On The Planet, Meeting Its People, Experiencing Their Daily Lives, Taking In The Landscape, And Encountering The Tyranny Of A Totalitarian Regime With Its Combined Spiritual And Secular Appeal, This Never Before Told Story Is Sure To Captivate And Inspire Readers Of All Ages.

10 thoughts on “Not Forgotten

  1. says:

    Well, as an agnostic this memoir was a bit of an eye roller for me, as the author attributed his entire experience, from captivity to release, as the will of God I have to admit I even found myself at times agreeing with the skeptical North Koreans who pretty much thought he was delusional for believing in something unseen and unheard The irony that the North Koreans are as brainwashed to believe in the leadership of the Kims as...

  2. says:

    An very honest account of what Kenneth had endured including his struggle, his hope, his heart for the people of North Korea Gripping yet can feel his sense of calmness and his strong faith, his low point in his faith and how he regained his faith when different events unfolded I couldn t imagine ho...

  3. says:

    It s kind of hard to be critical of someone s personal story because it s their story It s what happened to them and they re retelling it for you So instead of criticizing, I m just going to say this story wasn t for me I was by no means the target audience of this book, and that s okay I ll admit, I picked it up by title surfing Not Forgotten The True Story of My Imprisonment in North Korea is pretty much what I went in expecting I didn t realize that Kenneth Bae was a well known missi It s kind of hard to be critical of someone s personal story because it s their story It s what happened to them and they re retelling it for you So instead of criticizing, I m just going to say this story wasn t for me I was by no means the target audience of this book, and that s okay I ll admit, I picked it up by title surfing Not Forgotten The True Story of My Imprisonment in North Korea is pretty much what I went in expecting I didn t realize that Kenneth Bae was a wel...

  4. says:

    I read the description of this book and was pretty excited I am very interested in North Korea and want to learnabout every aspect of its culture and political system..instead I got Christian propaganda and religious delusions bordering on mental illness.Now, to be fair, Bae did document what happened to him in North Korea very wellfrom the start to the end we got everything in detail so that s good I would be lying if I said i didn t learn anything here because I did I learned mo I read the description of this book and was pretty excited I am very interested in North Korea and want to learnabout every aspect of its culture and political system..instead I got Christian propaganda and religious delusions bordering on menta...

  5. says:

    As someone detained, interrogated imprisoned in North Korea, Kenneth Bae has a very unique story to tell While I certainly enjoyed the insight on life in North Korea learning the details of his experience, the book waffles between a fascinating historical account an outright, blatant proselytizing for Christianity Bae s particular version experience of it Learning ...

  6. says:

    This book is as fascinating as it is harrowing Mr Bae s journey as a North Korean was definitely a struggle, but if you are as morbidly curious about the goings on of the modern day DPRK as I am, the silver lining to this whole experience is that it does provide real insight to the mindset of North Korean citizens and their way of life At times, his writings about God can be a bit preachy and boring he is a minister after all , but it adds an important dimension to his perspective Throughou This boo...

  7. says:

    Not Forgotten is a gripping account from a man who sought to serve God in the worst of circumstances One of the best books I have read in a long time I have read many accounts of missionaries in China but this is the first inside look to North Korea I have read and it was unbelievably eye opening Thank you, Kenneth Bae, for writing your story and showing us what it look...

  8. says:

    As I continue to devour anything I can around North Korea, this story was a fascinating recap of Kenneth Bae s struggle as the longest held hard labor camp prisoner since the Korean War He went over as a missionary, so there s obviously a lot of his God stuff in here, but if you look past that, you ll see a thrilling story on the politic games and brainwashing employed by North Korea on their people and the rest of the world and their pathetic attempts to blame everything on the US, South Korea As I continue to devour anything I can around North Korea, this story was a fascinating recap of Kenneth Bae s struggle as ...

  9. says:

    I ve recently been reading a panoply of memoirs and nonfiction related to North Korea in order to glean knowledge about the regime I found that Not Forgotten The True Story of My Imprisonment in North Korea did not further my insights about the country at all It is basic background information that North Korea is an atheistic state wherein juche, roughly self reliance , and worship of the Kim dynasty is effectively the only legal and compulsory religion Beyond noting that Christianity, alon I ve recently been reading a panoply of ...

  10. says:

    I remember following this story in the news, and was eager to read this book by Kenneth Bae who was imprisoned in North Korea for two years I ve been fascinated with the country since I was able to visit the DMZ demilitarized zone between North and South Korea in 1992 I ve read several books on the country, which helps me learn about different perspectives regarding this strange, strange culture I still have a lot to learn My impression of North Korean work camps was largely based on the b I remember following this story in the news, and was eager to read this book by Kenneth Bae who was imprisoned in Nort...

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