The Civil War which broke out in Sudan in the early 1980s, left hundreds of thousands of Sudanese Southerners dead. The dispossessed victims who survived often had to trek hundreds of miles to reach overfilled, poorly constructed refugee camps.

Of the few female refugees who received passage to other countries, a handful ended up in Dallas, Texas.

DARK EXODUS is a collection of 16 women’s heart-rending stories of struggle and survival in a time and place of utmost turmoil and tragedy.

Half of the proceeds from the sale of DARK EXODUS will go to these Lost Girls to help them receive education and to aid them in securing the released of their loved ones who languish still in refugee camps in Africa.

See our article in the January 2009 issue of Charisma Magazine.

Go here to visit our Book Signing page.

See what NBC KXAS-Channel 5 had to say about the Lost Girls on their newscast recently. Also listen to 90.9 KCBI's commentary on the Lost Girls.

Published by Beverly Parkhurst Moss of Parkhurst Creations, DARK EXODUS comes in either hardbound with gold embossing, or in paperback. Each is autographed.

Hardbound is $32 (+$5 shipping/handling), paperback is $20 (+$5 shipping/handling). Order your copy today!

For more information on the Lost Girls, contact us.

Beautiful, original beaded bookmarks made by the Lost Girls of Sudan. No two pieces are alike! Made of Marino glass sculptures, glass beads, semi-precious stones and shells.
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Read Priscilla's story as appeared in 360 Life By Design Magazine's Summer 2010 issue.