Adam Johnson

The Orphan Master’s Son

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The events of the book unfold during the rule of Kim Jong-il. The protagonist—brought up in the spirit of serving his country—is a son of a disappeared mother and an influential father in charge of an orphans’ labor camp. The Korean authorities quickly appreciate the devotion and intuition of the boy. Considering himself a “humble citizen of the greatest nation in the world,” Pak Jun Do becomes a professional kidnapper and abducts Japanese citizens under the guise of a signalman on a fishing boat. He goes to America as a member of a diplomatic delegation, but ends up in jail.

Weight: 550 g

Byblos publishing house

Hardcover

508 pages

Dimensions: 21×14×3 cm (8,2″×5,5″×1,2″)

ISBN 9785905641077

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