Without You, There Is No Us By Suki Kim (4/8)

Kim’s year in a North Korean all-boys university is a heartbreaking and eye-opening look at what it’s like to live under the North Korean regime. Her students, subject to absolute rule, are surprisingly relatable in their joy, enthusiasm, and optimism, yet struggle to make connections with each other in ways that most in the western world would not recognize. Kim’s account reveals that in a totalitarian state, even the ruling class are not free.

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