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Where the Wind Leads

A Refugee Family's Miraculous Story of Loss, Rescue, and Redemption
in: Memoirs

The book chronicles the harrowing journey of a wealthy Vietnamese family who, after the fall of Saigon, are forced to flee their country on a dilapidated boat, facing pirates, starvation, and uncertainty. It details their eventual rescue by a World Vision-sponsored ship, their resettlement in America, and the family's rise from poverty through determination and faith, culminating in the author's success as a Harvard-educated dermatologist.

Key points:

1. War's Impact: The book depicts the Vietnam War's harsh effects on civilians, focusing on the author's family's loss and displacement as boat refugees.

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