"Abbey, a typical American teenager, comes face to face with persecution in China."01 January 2004
Abbey is a typical American teenager who's strong in her Christian faith and popular with her friends. But when she accompanies her photojournalist dad on a trip to China, she gets a glimpse into an unknown world where people suffer for their beliefs. Now, she's embroiled in a plot involving illegal Bibles, the police and a mysterious secret agent. Amid the intrigue, Abbey vows to bring the news about the persecuted faithful back to America.
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