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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
No Boundaries by P.G. Cartwright is not your everyday book, touching on many taboos and controversial topics that not many people would like to write about. P.G. Cartwright took the courage to write about Mass Disobedience of Immigration Visas that is believed to be perpetuated by Jie-won, a man who believes in the oneness of the world where there are no boundaries and people live where and how they wanted. The book is written in a very descriptive manner as the author tries to explain what is happening in Jie-won’s mind and the circumstances that led to him developing this idea about a society that lets people be.
How does a man live in a society where his every single move is predetermined by the people around him? It is not easy living with boundaries and borders that have been erected around people to make them behave in a way that is deemed “correct” and “right.” The author looks into the mind of Jie-won and his memoir, trying to describe what that man wanted the world to know. The author first gives the description of the circumstances of Jie-won’s life and then lets Jie-won tell his story of how he wished for a world where there were no boundaries for families, friends and countries, and where humans could just live together in peace.
A powerful narrative giving a powerful message, No Boundaries is a book that will have you thinking late into the night and asking yourself questions. The flow of the book is smooth and strong, which allows the reader to become invested in the story and enjoy it while digesting what is being offered to them. The language is simple, the flow is fast and the message behind describing the life and beliefs of a man who brought something different to the table is strong. This is definitely a book that a person should read at least once in their lifetime. Educational and interesting.