The Khmer Rouge Genocide of 1975 - 1979 killed between 1.7 and 2.2 million people yet its devastating impact on Cambodia continues to resonate even today, often hidden from view. This book is about the personal, untold stories of Keo Sarath and Beng Simeth who suffered appallingly during the Khmer Rouge reign of terror. It is also a story of hope, of two unassuming individuals who went on to dedicate their lives to education. We first met Sarath and Simeth in 1999, and their memories of those times have never been published before. The book combines Mick’s photography of the aftermath of Genocide from the now silent Killing Fields with powerful and poignant narratives from Sarath and Simeth.