Monday, August 10, 2015
Book Review: Oprhan 32
Nearly two decades long, the Vietnam War was one of history's devastating battles. More bombs were dropped than both World Wars put together. Lives were destroyed and families torn apart.
In 1975, the last flight out of Vietnam rescued 57 war orphans before the Communists took over the south capital of Saigon. En route to Canada, Nguyen Ngoc Minh Thanh was aboard that flight. He was Orphan #32.
Thanh's story began like many other Vietnamese orphans on Operation Babylift, but as he later discovered, his path had taken a much different direction from the rest.
Orphan 32 will take you on a remarkable journey of life, love and self-discovery
"Thanh Campbell shares a powerful story on the journey he took and the magical experience he had returning to original homeland to meet his family. A remarkable and inspiring book to read!" Jim Pagiamtzis