- Paperback: 332 pages
- Publisher: Apprentice House (March 20, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 193407487X
- ISBN-13: 978-1934074879
This was a deeply moving book.I adored Tina. She comes across as very intelligent, yet always seeking to better herself and her work through more knowledge. She is warm and compassionate and tough when needed. The pages are filled with horror and atrocities that you wish were only the figment of someones active imagination, but sadly they are realities that many face daily. Living the 2nd largest hub for human trafficking makes you acutely aware of the dangers that are present. This book touched my heart in so many ways. While reading this book I was reminded again of how truly evil some people are and how well they can cover it up and appear good and innocent. I am never amazed at how far a warped religious fanatical will go for their cause. That is what makes this book all the more frightening-the reality of warped theology and the means they use to carry out the work they feel is Gods and which they feel God is really blessing them for doing. After all is it not our duty as Christians even to follow after Christ preaching the good news even if it costs us our lives?
What I find most disturbing when reading this book is how easily people are led astray and how terrorism seems to always build in communities that are knitted together, reeking havoc and destruction on the innocent. I can easily recommend this book. If you want to learn more on human trafficking you can visit the FBI website here.