Corban Addison's riveting suspense debut pulls back the veil on one of the most profound human rights issues of our day: human trafficking. After their coastal town in India is wiped out by a tsunami, two sisters are abducted and sold into the global underground sex trade. Meanwhile, half a world away, a D.C. attorney makes it his life's work to end this dehumanizing practice.
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"Teenaged sisters Sita and Ahahya lose their world of tranquility and love when a tsunami strikes their Indian village the day after Christmas. Their lives ultimately converge with that of Thomas Clarke, a lawyer from Washington, D.C. Narrator Soneela Nankani expertly delivers the fast-paced story as it moves from Mumbai to Paris to the U.S. and back again. Addison and Nankani put real faces on the tragic but ever growing world of human trafficking as the girls are forced into prostitution. The deeply moving story follows these very different characters as they confront painful challenges and moves towards a smashing conclusion. The international setting, vivid dialogue, and gorgeous description make audio the perfect format for enjoying this inspiring novel. S.G.B. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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