Lee is just ten when he is taken to the forced labour camp, known as “The Killing Fields” to endure enormous hardships. He barely survives four years of starvation and brutality in a ruthless regime where death is imminent; where “neither gain to keep nor loss to kill” is their daily slogan. He is a survivor of the Cambodia genocide. However, after escaping the death camp of Cambodia, Lee finds himself again in another despondent camp: the refugee camp. This is a real-life memoir of one boy’s solo journey from a war-torn country, a story of survival, struggle and adversity in the Killing Fields of Cambodia and beyond.