MIRACLES IN THE FORGOTTEN LAND and BEYOND Eighteen year-old Setan Lee was in shock as soldiers jumped out of huge trucks in Battambang Temple Square, shouting, "Enemies!" and pointing guns at them. This was the New Year celebration and they had no idea why these "black uniform soldiers" were ordering them out of the city at gunpoint to an unknown destination. Setan's best friend asked one of the soldiers why they were calling them the enemy. He answered with gunshots that left Setan's friend dead at his feet! Thirteen-year-old Randa Yos was at home in Battambang with her family that fateful day when they heard shouting in the street, ordering people to come out of their homes into the streets. They had just learned that the black uniform soldiers had taken her father from his office at the University. They and thousands of others were forced at gunpoint to march to an unknown destination. That day began four years of slavery and starvation in the killing fields for thousands of Cambodians. The horror of Setan and Randa's lives during their imprisonment and how they finally escaped will hold you spellbound as you read their story. About the authors: Shelba Hammond is the personal assistant to Setan and Randa Lee, and manages the Colorado office for their TransformAsia ministries. Through many hours of working alongside the Lee's, hearing their stories, reading what has been written about or by Setan and Randa, Shelba has put their story together. It is their desire that God is glorified by this story, and that it will touch the hearts and lives of everyone who reads it.