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i want to hate this book because of its raw look at a growing issue that the US has only scratched the surface of. Read morePublished 8 months ago
Everyone should read this book because it deals with a national epidemic Human trafficking. And I wish I could write fiction as well as Julian Sheri wrote this. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J F Ridgley
I loved every single page for this book. It comes from such a deep place of hurt and deceit. Read the whole book in a day and a half. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chantel
Well written and difficult parental glimpse of the realities and horrors of human trafficking.Published 14 months ago by pams4
Book was in great shape. The content was very informative and provided in a meaningful way.Published 15 months ago by Mary Grace Bertou
Great book. I read this as a basic primer on the topic as I prepare to study the problem in more depth. Great book.Published 16 months ago by Mike Jennings
I used this as a text in a violence against women class. Was a good and enjoyable read. Well, as much as a depressing book could be enjoyable. Good information and eye opening.Published 16 months ago by ElizaBeth
this is a good book. I like reading it. this book has a very good story. line by line understandingPublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer