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<span id="freeTextContainer17863686989281424929">A 17-year-old Moldovan girl whose parents have been killed is brought to the United States to work as a slave for a family in Los Angeles.<br /><br />Hannah believes she&rsquo;s being brought from Moldova to Los Angeles to become a nanny for a Russian family. But her American dream quickly spirals into a nightmare. The Platonovs force Hannah to work sixteen-hour days, won&rsquo;t let her leave th</span>
<span id="freeText17863686989281424929" style="display:none">A 17-year-old Moldovan girl whose parents have been killed is brought to the United States to work as a slave for a family in Los Angeles.<br /><br />Hannah believes she&rsquo;s being brought from Moldova to Los Angeles to become a nanny for a Russian family. But her American dream quickly spirals into a nightmare. The Platonovs force Hannah to work sixteen-hour days, won&rsquo;t let her leave the house, and seem to have a lot of secrets—from Hannah and from each other.<br /><br />Stranded in a foreign land with false documents, no money, and nobody who can help her, Hannah must find a way to save herself from her new status as a modern-day slave or risk losing the one thing she has left: her life.</span>
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<span id="freeTextContainer6908353468349647093">&ldquo;Trafficked&rdquo; is one of those books that should come with a warning. It will keep you up way past your bedtime and have you thinking about it every second of every day until you&rsquo;ve finished reading it, and then some more. It is a superb read. Every emotion conceivable is what this book will bring out in you. Or at least, that&rsquo;s what it did for me.<br /><br />This book was utterly amazing! It was such an eye-opener and the level of research done for this novel must&rsquo;ve been astounding because it shows. It does</span>
<span id="freeText6908353468349647093" style="display:none">&ldquo;Trafficked&rdquo; is one of those books that should come with a warning. It will keep you up way past your bedtime and have you thinking about it every second of every day until you&rsquo;ve finished reading it, and then some more. It is a superb read. Every emotion conceivable is what this book will bring out in you. Or at least, that&rsquo;s what it did for me.<br /><br />This book was utterly amazing! It was such an eye-opener and the level of research done for this novel must&rsquo;ve been astounding because it shows. It doesn&rsquo;t get any more real than this. I don&rsquo;t even know where to start without bombarding you with all that I loved about this book. The catch-phrase on the back cover reads: &ldquo;The American dream becomes a nightmare&rdquo;. As appropriate as this proved to be for this novel, that statement is open to interpretation. Us privileged people would feel that Hannah was justified to feel the way she did and act in the manner she did, but others less fortunate might feel that she had it easy and would put up with Lillian&rsquo;s abuse with a smile. I rooted for Hannah all the way. The treatment she endured from Lillian broke my heart into a million pieces, a million times. I hated Lillian. I seethed at the abuse she heaped on Hannah. And every time I thought I saw a little humanity pushing its way to the surface in Lillian, she&rsquo;d turn around and destroy whatever goodwill I tried to feel towards her by hurling insults and unfounded accusations at Hannah. And what she did to Hannah&rsquo;s hair is just atrocious, but is nothing compared to what she did to Hannah at the end. I seriously had a love-hate thing going with this character.<br /><br />Sergey is an all-out enigma. It was hard to tell whether he was on Hannah&rsquo;s side or what the heck fence he was sitting on. At least I liked him a lot more than I did Lillian and I kept hoping he would be Hannah&rsquo;s saving grace. In a very twisted way he did save her from a lot of things, but even at the end, his actions were cowardly and selfish. I would&rsquo;ve liked to know more of Sergey&rsquo;s back story and his connection to Hannah&rsquo;s past. It would&rsquo;ve been nice if the author had taken the time to develop that line in the story a little more so I could have more compassion towards Hannah&rsquo;s father and his dealings with the resistance, as well as a more sympathetic understanding of Sergey&rsquo;s motives. <br /><br />But let&rsquo;s get back to Lillian for a moment. What made Lillian such a dangerous character – and what I&rsquo;m guessing would make most women such forces to be reckoned with – is her jealousy and her insecurity about her husband having cheated on her before. That&rsquo;s what I loved about all these characters. All of them had relatable motives for their actions. Not necessarily justifiable, but motives that would make any reader stop and think: how would I have reacted in such a situation? This story presents the reader with many such questions. <br /><br />What fascinated me most was the contrast between the living standards in America compared to the ones in Moldova (which is near Romania in Eastern Europe for those who have no idea where Moldova is ~ it&rsquo;s an extremely poor country). It was even more shocking because it is real. What we take for granted (something as simple as soft, white toilet paper, and hot water coming out of faucets) are luxuries for Moldovians. It was heartbreaking and refreshing to witness Hannah&rsquo;s awe over the everyday, simple things we are so used to. <br /><br />I loved the family set up in this novel. The kids were adorable, but they were more in the background and I would&rsquo;ve loved to see more of the contact between them and their father. When Hannah was taken on a tour through the family&rsquo;s residence on the day of her arrival, I could easily form a picture in my mind of every room, and this helped me to feel part of the story for the remainder of the book. I could even feel the stuffiness of the garage Hannah had to sleep in, in a sleeping bag on the sofa in the unrelenting Californian heat. <br /><br />Hannah&rsquo;s fascination and eventual friendship with the boy next door adds a tiny bit of a romantic feel to the story, but I felt it was only included as a plot device to assist in the conclusion. However, I was very relieved that it wasn&rsquo;t an insta-love thing for Hannah or Colin, and that she befriended him because she needed someone to talk to, not someone to swoon over. What I also liked about it is that it introduced yet another flawed character (Hannah has crooked front teeth, Colin is overweight) and showed that even if you&rsquo;re privileged and have everything you wish for, it doesn&rsquo;t mean that you&rsquo;re happy. The story has lots of subtle messages such as this one. <br /><br />&ldquo;Trafficked&rdquo; is a wonderful book and it surprised me to no end. I felt part of this world and easily walked in Hannah&rsquo;s shoes and felt the frustration she did. The writing is simplistic and uncomplicated, which works perfectly well for Hannah&rsquo;s simplistic and uncomplicated character. I hated Paavo and his wife, Rena, and feared the horrible things he could do to Hannah or her family back home in Moldova. I was intrigued by the mystery of her parents&rsquo; death, Sergey and Paavo&rsquo;s possible connection to them, and I was kept guessing about the disappearance of Hannah&rsquo;s beloved uncle right up to the end. This is more than the average human-trafficking interest story. It is different in so many ways and it has heart. I recommend &ldquo;Trafficked&rdquo; to anyone and everyone looking for a heartfelt read that leaves you counting your blessings and appreciating everyday conveniences so much more. <br /></span>
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<span id="freeTextContainer11426619822386131922">I remember the first time I read about human trafficking. My grandmother received Reader's Digest and often had a copy on her coffee table. As an ever-voracious reader, I often read articles from it since it was the most easily available reading material at her apartment. One week I found an article about a girl in her late teens who came to the United States as a domestic servant and was trapped into a life of domestic slavery. An illegal alien through no fault of her own, she had no one to tur</span>
<span id="freeText11426619822386131922" style="display:none">I remember the first time I read about human trafficking. My grandmother received Reader's Digest and often had a copy on her coffee table. As an ever-voracious reader, I often read articles from it since it was the most easily available reading material at her apartment. One week I found an article about a girl in her late teens who came to the United States as a domestic servant and was trapped into a life of domestic slavery. An illegal alien through no fault of her own, she had no one to turn to–afraid she'd be arrested if she went to the police.<br /><br />The true story I read in Reader's Digest nine years ago is fictionalized in this book. It's not the type of story I'll go around recommending to everyone because it's definitely not a PG rated story. Though the author manages to craft the story without writing anything explicit, the main character must deal with multiple untoward advances from the men surrounding her. On the other hand, I believe this is an important story. Human trafficking is something everyone should be aware of, and I firmly believe that a well-told story has huge potential to not only inform, but help people care. Though this is basically 400 pages of a young woman working as a maid, it's definitely a well-told story–gripping because it could happen in the house next to mine and easy to read because of the simple realness of the main character.<br /><br />Throughout the story, the main character's one comfort is the boy next door. He's a self-conscious American teenager with family problems of his own, but he takes advantage of the few opportunities he gets to be kind to the main character. That kindness ultimately provides the sliver of opportunity she needs to escape from a life that keeps getting worse.<br /><br />The lesson I took away from this story came from the boy next door. Take time for other people. Care about the people you interact with, even if you don't know them well. You never know who needs a friend, who needs help, who needs a glimmer of hope that a few kind words can give.</span>
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<span id="freeTextContainer5100784996042714712">Trafficked by Kim Purcell <br /><br />Trafficked is a difficult subject to read about but so important that I couldn&rsquo;t wait to sit down and read it. Kim Purcell has done an excellent job and I give her ton&rsquo;s of credit for telling us this story even though it&rsquo;s a fiction novel we all know this is happening today somewhere. Kim&rsquo;s words flowed extremely well, character descriptions are written excellent, and I felt so much sorrow for what Hannah is going through. There were times I had to stop and remember thi</span>
<span id="freeText5100784996042714712" style="display:none">Trafficked by Kim Purcell <br /><br />Trafficked is a difficult subject to read about but so important that I couldn&rsquo;t wait to sit down and read it. Kim Purcell has done an excellent job and I give her ton&rsquo;s of credit for telling us this story even though it&rsquo;s a fiction novel we all know this is happening today somewhere. Kim&rsquo;s words flowed extremely well, character descriptions are written excellent, and I felt so much sorrow for what Hannah is going through. There were times I had to stop and remember this is a fiction novel but deep down you know very well that does happen. It&rsquo;s hard to believe that there are people that would take advantage of another human being like this. <br /><br />We meet Hannah who is a seventeen young woman, who has just signed on to becoming a nanny for a family in America. Things start off rough for her but she is hoping once she reaches the family she will be working for things will get better. It doesn&rsquo;t take her long to realize things are not what she was expecting. In her new home this family is horrible to her, she has to work harder than anyone should, she is threatened and warned what would happen to her if anyone found out she was there illegally. The abuse from the mother is endless and only gets worse. Hannah is unsure if she is going to survive. <br /><br />I have rated Trafficked a 5 star rating, this book is written so well I have to give Kim Purcell 5 stars for sharing an ongoing issue in our world today and she has written it for the YA reader well mature YA reader with class and strength. I cannot say enough about this story or the author. If you read my review I would say go now and buy this book immediately. <br /><br />I would recommend this book to anyone who can read!<br /></span>
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