Political activist, Christel Kisongo, worked for the Paix Programme in the Democratic Republic of Congo until the disappearance of his UN colleagues, Caleb and Sara. Promoting peaceful resolution to conflict was his life's calling - until he had to flee his country, with nothing but his backpack. Once catapulted into the quest for asylum in the United States, will he be crushed in the immigration process or will he survive the tumultuous political landscape?
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About the Author
BRANDI PARSONS has been interested in social justice issues for more than two decades. Kidnapped Asylum is her debut book which she hopes will shed some light on the complicated issue of immigration in the United States. She currently lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with her family.