Out of North Korea by Alana Terry

A single photograph could cost his life …

Ian McAllister has searched the world over, hunting for that all-elusive perfect photograph.  He finds it on a tourist trip to North Korea when e stumbles upon a young street kid foraging for roots.  Unaware that this single act will brand him a spy and cost his freedom, Ian takes the shot.  Now he must pay the penalty.


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My Review

Wow. What an amazing story. Ian’s story is mentioned in the Kennedy Stern series but now we get to see the full picture. The story is told through Ian’s eyes while he is in North Korea and his journey to the truth. I thought it was so well written and thought through. I felt like I could picture each scene clearly.  Alana writes with heart and depth in a compelling way that challenges you and what you believe in. She writes about the hot topics of the day which is serious and yet there is humor mixed in.   The reader can learn valuable truths and be challenged to think about what they truly believe right along with Ian.

I recommend this book to my familly and friends.

I received this book from the publisher to read and give my honest review.

About the Author

When Alana isn’t writing, it’s likely that she’s on the floor wrestling with her kids. Or playing outside with her kids. Or chauffeuring her kids. Or trying some random science experiment with her kids. But she’s probably not cooking or cleaning. Alana is a homeschooling mother of three who loves to write, hates to cook, and enjoys reading a good book almost as much as she enjoys writing one.


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