Review by: Stacy Palm
When I first started this book it felt like it was going to be impossible for all these characters, who were so drastically different, to pull together. However, I'm so very glad that I stuck with it because about 40 pages in everything was working great! This was a very good novel dealing with a horrible crime that is so prevalent these days. I was very happy to find that the writer did not glorify these crimes further by providing graphic content, but neither did she gloss over the violence of trafficking.
I really appreciated the moral tone of the book, and how we treat each other is so important in this life. I was a bit taken back by the author's note at the end, which spoke to me in ways I cannot express here. I hope you will give this book a try and if at first you struggle a bit do yourself the favor of pushing through; it's so worth it.