The Ugly Daughter is a story of miracles, shocking reality of domestic violence, survival and extraordinary luck.
NSW, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/24/2014 -- Julia Legian's emotionally harrowing and fascinating memoir reveals how she endured a series of unbelievable tragedies and heartbreaking abuse from the hands of her parents and great aunty, and how she rose above her horrendous past to have a successful and happy life. In the first part of the story she talks about her childhood. A childhood many of us find would be a difficult one to survive. She talks about an abusive mother, father, death, war then she talks about love and her strong faith that carried her through and helped her survive her highly dysfunctional parents and the unimaginable living circumstances.
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About Julia Legian
Julia Legian (aka Loan Thi Nguyen) was born in 1972, South Vietnam. Or was it 1971? Nobody really knows so she prefers to err on the young side. She was born to a large family, she spent her early years malnourished and stricken with disease. She was later forced to live with her grandmother after her father's gambling debt plunged the family into poverty. In the 80s her parents fled Vietnam as "boat people" and immigrated to Australia.
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