Reunion


ISBN 978-616-7503-19-6
2012, 30 pages (ebook only)

Now available on eBooks

Reunion Available on:
Kindle $2.99
Kobo
Smashwords

Retrouvailles (French edition) Available on:
Kindle $2.99
Kobo
Smashwords

Reunion (German edition) Available on:
Kindle $2.99
Kobo
Smashwords

* Finalist Arthur Ellis Award 2013, Best Novella *

An American war correspondent, Tony Collins, and a former Khmer Rouge child soldier, Sam Rith, reunite after nearly thirty years. Tony helped the world-weary 15-year-old Sam start a new life in the United States.

Sam Rith arrived in America, sponsored by Christian couple. But Sam took more than a few wrong turns and ended up spending most of his youth locked up in an American prison before being deported back to Cambodia.

Back again in Cambodia and totally without family and friends, Sam found ways to do what he had always done best—survive. Reconnecting with ‘old friends’—Tony Collins and the Khmer Rouge cadre who’d made him eat a human heart—Sam opened a new chapter of his life working as a translator at the war crime tribunal. He translated the old horrors of wars, truths and lies for the international press.

Reunion tells an unsentimental, powerfully evocative story of friendship, desperation, hope and deception that are part of life. A memorable reunion of two men seeking redemption and finding that the past never dies. In post-Khmer Rouge Cambodia, Reunion explores friendship and survival, and how peace and justice remain unfinished business.

 

 

 

(back to book main)

 

Latest Releases

JumpersJumpers

Calvino investigates the death of a friend, a Canadian painter. The medical examiner finds the young man has ingested an exit drug, and the police verdict of suicide seems justified. But in Bangkok appearances have a habit of deceiving. Sometimes jumpers are given a leg up in their leap to the next life. Fingering the helper can be a risky business, and for Calvino this promises to be one of those times. More>>

The Age of Dis-ConsentThe Age of Dis-Consent

In the follow up to The Cultural Detective, Faking It in Bangkok, and Fear and Loathing in Bangkok, Moore pays caring and critical homage to his residence of choice by diagnosing some of Thailand’s discontents and offering subtle remedies for readers to tease out.

The essays range from political conflict to violence and criminal investigations in the digital age, to cultural upheavals, cognitive science and writing, including essays about Orwell, Kafka, and Henry Miller. More>>


eBooks

Amazon Kindle    Kobo    Smashwords


Meet Christopher G. Moore on:


Subscribe to Newsletter:

Enter your email in the box below to sign up for the Christopher G. Moore's newsletters to receive news and information about our new and forthcoming titles. Or send email directly to cgmoore_news-subscribe@cgmoore.com


 

 

Nedstat Basic - Free web site statistics

Copyright © 2002-2017 All rights reserved by Christopher G. Moore