QC Ngo's New Book 'Untouchable' Follows the Story of Mei, a Young Woman Who Finds Her Life Changed Forever With the Contraction of a Disease, Causing Her to Be Sent Away

Fulton Books author QC Ngo, a native of Vietnam who later fled with her family to Thailand, eventually receiving her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Roseman University of Health Care Sciences in Utah, has completed her most recent book "Untouchable": a gripping and captivating tale that explores the need for human connection and comfort through times of illness and great difficulty.

"A beautiful youth was robbed with leprosy. Could anyone ever love a leper or even dare to touch her?" writes Ngo. "At fifteen, Mei Yao was stricken with an incurable disease that disfigured her body. Sent away from her family to an island full of patients like her, Mei soon became forgotten by those she knew. Father Jacob Salaz was a young missionary on his journey to develop compassion. Will he extend his warm hand to someone who is untouchable?"

Published by Fulton Books, QC Ngo's book is a moving tale that dives into the unfortunate circumstances that leave one abandoned by their loved ones, and how it only takes one kind heart to help heal the emotional scars left behind. A stirring and emotional narrative, "Untouchable" is sure to remain with readers long after its conclusion.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "Untouchable" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books