PRLog - Dec. 7, 2012 - In this new Chinese translation of Where There is No Comfort: Seven Days in Ethiopia, author Juliann Troi shares the amazing story of her visit to Angacha, a small village near the capital of Ethiopia. The reason for her visit was to write an article about the nonprofit organization International Crisis Aid. But once there, the author was overwhelmed by how the village residents triumphed over adversity every day.
Where There Is No Comfort - Chinese Translation
The author’s compelling firsthand observations about the poverty, illness, hunger, sex slavery, and other hardships she witnessed will move readers and expand their view of the world. She hopes that the week she spent in Angacha will inspire readers to journey outside of their own comfort zones and make a difference.
“As her journal of the seven-day mission begins, the sounds, smells, and sights come to life. The author not only treats us with her descriptions, but also with many photographs of the people and places in Ethiopia. The story describes the hardships and suffering of the Ethiopian people, but also their spirituality, curiosity and love. This is a heart-wrenching story of the poorest of the poor.” – L. Brandau
“The book was engaging, interesting and haunting. The reader is easily transported into the author’s shoes, feeling the same feelings of nervousness and compassion. Where There is No Comfort is a very important book.” – Kate the Book Buff
“I was amazed at how accurately Juliann Troi portrayed the land and the people in this book, her account of her own trip. I am sure most who actually visit think that words will fall far short of truly describing the highs and lows of the experience.”
“The sometimes heartrending, sometimes funny human stories she tells brings the reader into a world in which people joyfully smile in spite of suffering what would undo a Westerner. I heartily recommend this book, which provides an amazing window on a seldom-traveled part of our world.” – Ila France Porcher, author
WHERE THERE IS NO COMFORT: SEVEN DAYS IN ETHIOPIA (Kindle ISBN: 978-1-61897-
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About the Author: Juliann Troi lives in Edmond, Oklahoma, where she is president/artisan of Golden Seed Arts and Media, Ltd. Her home-based business allows her to express her creativity through art in all forms, while writing gives wings to her dreams. She hopes that through Where There Is No Comfort, readers will realize that it’s never too late to do something unexpected, even extraordinary.
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