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The Accidental Slave (Aya's story) (The Slave Series Book 1) by [Peer, Elin]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1372 KB
  • Print Length: 456 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Elin Peer (13 Mar. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01CYZUFCG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,142 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I liked this book, although the subject of people being sold was distasteful, the issues within the book for Aya could be compared to subjects of modern slavery - sometimes people feel like they have no choice, and sometimes the cruel truth, is the only choice is how you behave to reduce the extent of abuse, rather than escaping it. The book was intriguing as the author could have taken the plot in so many directions, this author chose to make it a romance, but you are never quite certain if there will be a happy ever after...I did not think I would like this book but have been given the opportunity to read different types of books to review - so i have opened my horizons a bit. For a heavy subject it was a gripping read, I don't agree with the person who wrote being bored reading the book.
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Gave up reading at around 60% as it was boring me to death. While the plot was a decent one, it was about the only decent thing here. The writing is meh; about as exciting as ice cubes melt. No warmth here; just two very confusing characters: him and her. I found my self skip reading trying to find anything with any substance or depth, but there was nothing. Boring and predictable; sluggish with zero 'wow' factor. Thank goodness it was free or I'd have a refund. One to avoid.
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Although the smooth writing draws the reader into the story, the plot seemed a little flimsy in parts. For me, the main female character throws herself into sexual abandon too quickly, especially considering the horror of what is going on. I skipped the sexy parts. Some may enjoy the explicit nature of the action, and some will be happy to accept the offer of part two. Not for me.
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Being completely honest I have never found a fascination of reading anything to do with life when people used to be sold and kept as slaves, but for some reason in this book it honestly changed my mind and I was drawn into every single word. However when I was reading this one, I was so engrossed in the story that I had to carry on and find out what was going to happen.

I honestly felt for Ava because all she wanted to do was go overseas and help those that needed medical attention because they had just been rescued from the live that they were living as slaves to those who would happily go round and pay for young people. It’s honestly heart breaking just reading about it but what you have to realise is that every day this is still happening in the world, but it’s fascinating to read about it as in a way you learn more. I honestly felt bad for Ava because what turned out to be a pretty simple job ended up becoming one of the most hardest things that she has ever had to do. Before she ended up over there she read about what the type of people she would be tending to and what they had been through, so it’s understandable that she is scared because she is in a country where she knows no one or nothing so when a small trip to the market was meant to be simple it turns out to be the worst thing going as she ends up getting kidnapped by the Masi. The Masi are a group of people who in their religion on know the ways of taking young people and selling them on so that they can earn the money. To them money is everything and is the only thing that can make them happy, but with the law changed recently they have chosen to go to war and continue on with what they only know.
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when i started this book i thought the story was quite slow , how wrong was i , aya is a young norwegian nurse who goes to war torn spirima to help refugees in a camp . the country is being torn apart by the masi who believe that owning slaves amounts to the same thing as keeping cattle & the king who wants to end the trade & bring spirima into the modern world .
on trip to the local market to gather supplies with aston , the camps security expert , aya is kidnapped , branded & sold to a masi warrior to be his slave . she is beaten & almost raped but finds an unlikely saviour in the shape of her buyers brother kato . the book will keep you on tenterhooks & the choices made by aya will show the length humans will go to just to survive , couldnt put this down & went straight onto book 2 i needed to know what happened so badly
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