Why Reverend Peter Vu’s Memoir is Truly a Message of Hope…

Published May 27, 2018

Reverend Peter G. Vu Shares a Gripping, Perspective-Altering Memoir of Finding Life’s Purpose After War

Living for a Higher Purpose retells the Viet Nam War from a survivor’s perspective and life transformation after surviving the war.

Kentwood Michigan – WEBWIRE – Monday, May 21, 2018

Finding life’s higher purpose can sometimes be found in life’s lowest points.

Reverend Peter G. Vu relays to the readers a unique perspective of the Viet Nam War –  through the eyes and thoughts of a survivor – in his memoir, “Living for a Higher Purpose: Story of a City Boy Who Survived the Viet Nam War by Living for Jesus and Others.”

The story is told from the perspective of its central character, a young boy named Viet, about the things he witnessed throughout the war and the life he lived under the Communist regime. The story does not just deal with Viet carving out an existence in Viet Nam. Readers will also get to be in the same boat as Viet as he struggles to build a new life away from his troubled homeland.

“Living for a Higher Purpose” is an enthralling story that will keep readers interested at every turn of the page as it gives a unique perspective of the Viet Nam War from an eye-witness and survivor. The memoir is a poignant retelling of the events that Viet experienced when he was still young, and how his world turned upside down due to the war.

The contents of the story are raw, honest and powerful, coming directly from experience that has been indelibly etched into the memories of Viet. The book is not just a story of struggles, difficulties, and despair but also a story of hope, redemption, and transformation. Viet’s story proves God’s gracious hands are always at work for everyone and it takes great courage to realize and appreciates God’s grace to the world. Viet’s story inspires readers to find their own higher purpose in life.

“Living for a Higher Purpose” is a book that is recommended for everyone. The difficult situations Viet found himself in are relatable and parallel to the struggles of the modern readers, and the triumph and new sense of purpose that Viet gained will also be something readers will relate to. This is an incredible book that interested readers will find in the 2018 New York Rights Fair this coming May 30, 2018.