Slave Girl: Return to Hell

Slave Girl Return to Hell In the sequel to Slave Girl a survivor of the sex trade details her recovery process which she realizes must include a return to the site of her trauma to aid othersIn Slave Girl Sarah Forsyth told

  • Title: Slave Girl: Return to Hell
  • Author: Sarah Forsyth Tim Tate
  • ISBN: 9781782192268
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the sequel to Slave Girl, a survivor of the sex trade details her recovery process, which she realizes must include a return to the site of her trauma to aid othersIn Slave Girl, Sarah Forsyth told of her terrible ordeal as a young woman sex trafficked from England to the red light district of Amsterdam, and of her dramatic escape from forced prostitution But as she reIn the sequel to Slave Girl, a survivor of the sex trade details her recovery process, which she realizes must include a return to the site of her trauma to aid othersIn Slave Girl, Sarah Forsyth told of her terrible ordeal as a young woman sex trafficked from England to the red light district of Amsterdam, and of her dramatic escape from forced prostitution But as she relates in this memoir, Sarah s journey from the dark back into light was far from over She discusses how, still addicted to drugs and drink, she struggled to cope with life, with love, and with the marriage she desperately hoped would bring her happiness It would take three long and painful years to be rid of the terrible after effects of sex slavery But as she fought her draining battle to survive, Sarah came to realize that there was something she needed to do It was a decision that would take her back into the modern scandal of sex trafficking and back into the hell of Amsterdam s red light district This is the incredible story of her very personal mental journey to find goodness within herself, and the shocking and painful physical journey to find the sex slaves she left behind Both are journeys which will take all the strength, courage, and love that she has but if she is to survive, they are journeys she must make.

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    232 thoughts on “Slave Girl: Return to Hell”

    1. A difficult book to read. The very subject of it is so sensitive. Human trafficking, sex slavery. Things still so common even in modern societies but so much pushed aside and not really talked about, at least not as much as they should be. So it's great to have that book, it's great that Sarah was brave enough to fight her way back home and to the society. It's great that she was willing to relive her experiences again and again to show us that there are still people out there who are being traf [...]


    2. Not really a follow on from the first in a story wise. Just a book of statistics and case studies. I felt a lot through it all she was saying is 'I understand' 'I went through it' 'I feel their pain' and was pointing the finger at me saying 'You need to do more', 'You don't understand', 'I hope you are discusted and angry'! Would recommended the first one but not this one.


    3. this book is a bit different then her 1st one - not as captivating - but still worth a read. it's a very sad/powerful/insane story that any mature adult would benefit from reading at least once. she takes you back on her journey, shares her outcome with you, she introduces you to other sex slave works, and there awful stories, she informs you on laws and statistics regarding prostitution. its crazy, unique and very hard to explain or really put into words/rate. it's one of those things you have [...]


    4. Filled with statistics about the human traffic/sex trade. Written in aid to raise awareness which is magnificent but as a follow up to 'Slave Girl' - not so much. Last chapter gives a decent update on Sarah herself. Too many stats and brief accounts of multiple stories. Done more as a report style in novel form.



    5. Worth reading although, I'm never keen on any original book that has a follow-up. Always find any second book far less concentrated in detail, an inability to instal the will to keep reading etc


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