Dean King is known for his impeccably researched nonfiction books, such as 2004′s Skeletons on the Zahara: A True Story of Survival. His latest work, Unbound, tackles the “Long March,” the Red Army’s 4,000-mile walk in 1934. King focuses on the 30 women who took part in the journey, and for research, he traveled the length of the Long March himself and talked to survivors.
To get a better idea of King’s research—and the story he reports—watch this trailer from Hachette:
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