Review: Passport Through Darkness: A True Story of Danger and Second Chances by Kimberly L. Smith
David C Cook, ISBN 978-1-4347-0212-8
Rating: 4 ~ I Like It
Passport Through Darkness is an autobiography of a woman’s journey in one of the darkest land in the world, Sudan. Kimberly L. Smith was a successful woman with everything that she could ever achieve in her American Dream and yet, she was discontented and dissatisfied. Until one day when she dared to allow God to use her and her husband, Milton. Their lives has never been the same since then.
I found this autobiography an enjoyable read. Smith writes in brutal honesty as she gives us gut-wrenching glimpses of life in Sudan. She is not a professional writer but manages to communicate her message in a simple and effective manner. Smith is also honest in the book and does not try to put up a facade to hide her character flaws. There is many stories in it that is both informative and interesting. I found it difficult to put the book down until I finished reading it.
About the author
Kimberly L. Smith is the president and co-founder of Make Way Partners, a mission organization that seeks to end human trafficking. She helped pioneer the first orphanage on the border of Darfur, Sudan, and is currently leading a mission to build the first private and indigenously based anti-trafficking network in Africa and East Europe. Check out her website at http://kimberlylsmith.com.
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