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Slave Girl Paperback – 5 Jan 2009
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As someone who's been to the district in Amsterdam (albeit a very short walk down a street because I found it very uncomfortable and disturbing) im horrified by the reality and the ignorance of the government there, and of ours with the massive problem we have in the UK.
Will be downloading her next book.
It says so much about their lack of integrity and ignorance.
As difficult as it may be to accept that modern day slavery and trafficking is rife unless we can face it we won't get closer to exposing it and putting a stop to the absolute misery these people are forced to endure.
Well referenced and written
It is difficult to comprehend how people, human beings, can use, abuse and degrade another person to this extent. From her chilhood through into young adulthood Sarah ceased 'to be', her innocence, indivduality, identity were scoured from her very soul and she lives with that still.
It should be mandatory for school children, of an appropriate age, and adults, particularly males that visit and pollute Amsterdam and its like, to read this traumatic story.
This book saddened me and brought back many memories of my childhood within the care system, one which I feel fails vulnerable children as much today as it did all those years ago in the 1960's and 1970's.
I would recommend this book to all though who have a conscience.
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