Book Reviews of Slave Girls (St. Martin's True Crime Library)

Slave Girls (St. Martin's True Crime Library)
Slave Girls - St. Martin's True Crime Library
Author: Wensley Clarkson
ISBN-13: 9780312958701
ISBN-10: 0312958706
Publication Date: 6/15/1996
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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If you liked the recent movie "Taken" you will enjoy this book. These are the true accounts of young girls and women that are either willingly drawn to slavery situations or in most cases are sold by their poor families. Most of the short stories occurred in the 90's and I would guess that the world slavery situation has not improved and is probably even worse now. Human trafficking is real and happening under our noses. The women and children lured into the situations in this book are poor and looking for opportunities for a better life only to experience hell on earth. The sad part is that the perpertrators of these crimes are seldom severly punished, even though they ruin so many young lives. This book is a very quick read. The last story of the willing slave is rather disgusting and makes you wonder why some people just aren't 'right in the head".
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True accounts of women who have been sold for the sole purpose of being sex slave's to wealthy people.Good book it is just hard to believe this could actualy happen very disturbing!
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Compelling; some of the stories you've likely heard on television, others not; like any book, some parts much more gripping than others. Very disturbing in parts.
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IT's unbelievable in this day and age that slavery is still going on, and even in the USA. This book is a real eye-opener as to the various country where slavery is still ongoing.
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True accounts of innocent young girls sold to the rich and subjected to degradation. Sad, shocking but a compelling read.
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Did not know there was this much slavery going on in the world
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A chilling look into the world wide slave industry and the women who have survived it. I recommend it to anyone who would like insight into this issue.
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An inside look at the sordid world of slaves and masters: where innocent young girls are sold to the rich and subjected to horrifying degradation.
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The shocking world of human bondage. Plunged into a nightmare of unspeakable abuse and depravity, they lived as slave girls. Secret prisoners behind closed doors, they were real-life
cinderellas--with no hope of rescue. 8 pages of revealing photos.