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30 Red Dresses Paperback – August 7, 2017
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Were parts of this story hard to read? Yes. But the story content never becomes too graphic. You know what must be happening but he doesn't drag your nose through lurid details for shock value or romanticize the nightmare that so many young people live through.
I rarely give five stars to a story but I chose to here because 30 Red Dresses is not just a story. It's a call to action. Mr. Twiss uses his storytelling talents to reel you in with a dramatic, clever, and action packed tale, and then educates his audience with resources that anyone can use to do a small part to fight this seemingly impossible battle.
Read all the way through the author's note! It's worth your time. Much respect to you, Mr. Twiss.
Vaeta and "her Giant" are two colorful souls that meet on a fateful night and change each others' lives forever. So many people think money and violence can solve everything and Vaeta's story explains why this is simply not like that and you can make a change in so many other ways. Johan reminds us it is never too late to change and no matter the differences everyone influences each other.