Narrator Nancy Wu's soft voice communicates the horror of a Chinese labor camp. This audiobook is based on a note that was smuggled into products shipped to the West by a laborer named Sun Yi. His story describes forced feedings and hours so long that a prisoner might choose to swallow a diode simply to fall ill and get out of work. Wu also captures the nagging thoughts of Julie Kline, whose discovery of the note in a package of Halloween decorations started inquiries into labor camp conditions. The author has Uyghur family background, and Wu's narration expresses the passion in Pang's reporting on the expansion of the camps. Pang points out that speaking out and questioning companies who contract with labor camps are not enough. Consumers need to make more ethical purchasing decisions. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2021]
Digital Download Workman Publishing 2021
DD ISBN $16.77
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