"While this reads like a memoir, a faint suspicion lingers that it could be fiction, like the author's previous work (The Illusionist, 2000, etc.). Either way, it provides a revelatory view of a life few women know much about."
"An urgent, though depressing, document, worthy of a place alongside Ishmael Beah's A Long Way Gone, Rigoberto Menchú's autobiography and other accounts of overcoming Third World hardship."
Candid memoir of a woman trapped in the sex-slave trade, who is now an activist against it.
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