Having just finished this book I felt I should write a review. I don't often bother as opinions will always differ on content of reading material, but in this case I felt a comment was warranted. I have never read a book with so many grammatical errors,poor sentence construction, misspellings and repetitive adjectives. Does this author not know an alternative word for 'coerced ' and does she even know what it means ? I found that I had to skip-read it to make any sense of what she was saying, rather like those items on Facebook which say 'Can your brain read this ?' when the words are written back to front and with letters omitted.
Aside from the very distracting language construction, which was dire, the subject matter was quite disturbing and very graphic. Not sure if this is written from a true case or just pure fiction but either way I don't feel inclined to read the sequel.