Review: Stolen

Katariina Rosenblatt - StolenTitle: Stolen

Author: Katariina Rosenblatt

Series:

Pages: 240

ISBN: 978-0-8007-2345-3

Genre: CLBG, Memoir

Short Book Description:

There is hope, even on the darkest of days

Katariina Rosenblatt was a lonely and abused young girl, yearning to be loved, wanting attention. That made her the perfect target. On an ordinary day, she met a confident young woman–someone Kat wished she could be like–who pretended to be a friend while slowly luring her into a child trafficking ring. A cycle of false friendships, threats, drugs, and violence kept her trapped.

As Kat shares her harrowing experiences, her ultimate escape, and her passionate efforts to now free other victims, you’ll see that not only is sex trafficking happening frighteningly close to home–it’s also something that can be stopped. Stolen is a warning, a celebration of survival, and a beacon of hope that will inspire you.

My Thoughts:

Wow, that’s basically all I can say about this book. I couldn’t stop turning the pages after I started reading.

I’ve read and seen movies about sex-trafficking and it was always about other countries never about America. I seriously had no idea how much it was in abundance here.

Katariina’s story brought tears to my eyes as I was reading. At first I wasn’t completely sure about then book but the before I was even a half way into the first chapter I was hooked, I couldn’t put it down. Her story was heartbreaking and eye-opening. We never know for sure who the people are around us.

I definitely recommend this book to anyone that has first-hand experience with this subject, know someone in this lifestyle, or just wants to know more about it.

Other books in this series:

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“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.  Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group”.

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Posted on November 25, 2014, in CLBG, Memoir and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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