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See Me Not - Hope Never Dies PDF, ePub eBook To most, human trafficking is something that happens elsewhere. But to eight-year-old Hann'Sha, it becomes reality when she is sold to traffickers and is forced into sexual servitude. For four years she lives in sexual slavery, until one man comes along and makes it his mission to free her, and to do so, he must not only go up against the trafficking underworld, but a corr To most, human trafficking is something that happens elsewhere. But to eight-year-old Hann'Sha, it becomes reality when she is sold to traffickers and is forced into sexual servitude. For four years she lives in sexual slavery, until one man comes along and makes it his mission to free her, and to do so, he must not only go up against the trafficking underworld, but a corrupt law enforcement. This story is based on facts, what really happens to young girls, like Hann'Sha, and while it is fictionalized, it portrays the reality of life for countless thousands of children, young girls and women every year who are caught in this debased web. See Me Not is a story of hope and a voice for the voiceless. "Written in elegant prose, it is not only about the ills of humanity, but also about hope and optimism...Overall, it is a good thriller..." Alex Markman, Author “The only book that gripped my attention in years, thank you for sharing.” “We (my company) are too sponsoring Christel House which is a World Wide organization for orphans to get schooling and high level education so they don’t end up on the street or being trafficked. I did this inspired by your book, so thank you for that and keep up the good work of getting word around.”

41 review for See Me Not - Hope Never Dies

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Willcoxbrackeen

    The good... this book started out great. This little girl becomes part of the sex trade due to some very believable circumstances. Her conditions are deplorable. My heart went out to these girls as it should. Also in the good category, the gentleman in this book disturbed by what he sees, turns to research first before acting. The bad... no one in our country is so naïve not to have heard of the sex trade. This guy would not have been this innocent. The ugly... the formatting really, really suck The good... this book started out great. This little girl becomes part of the sex trade due to some very believable circumstances. Her conditions are deplorable. My heart went out to these girls as it should. Also in the good category, the gentleman in this book disturbed by what he sees, turns to research first before acting. The bad... no one in our country is so naïve not to have heard of the sex trade. This guy would not have been this innocent. The ugly... the formatting really, really sucks. It was the worst I have ever seen. The author uses dashes instead of quotation marks, italics where things should be indented, etc. This makes things massively confusing. All I can say is MLA Handbook. I say go back to the editor, make the hero a bit more realistic, and you have a winner here. I do see potential...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    This was a thought provoking book. I have heard about this world wide problem, of course. But the author put it in a story form that was sure easier to read than just reading statistics. It is a small book and reads fast. I finished it in one sitting. It will make you get online and find out how you can help some of these poor girls and women. Thank you for donating this to one of Goodreads giveaways. I sure got a lot out of it and will be researching the problem further and seeing how I can hel This was a thought provoking book. I have heard about this world wide problem, of course. But the author put it in a story form that was sure easier to read than just reading statistics. It is a small book and reads fast. I finished it in one sitting. It will make you get online and find out how you can help some of these poor girls and women. Thank you for donating this to one of Goodreads giveaways. I sure got a lot out of it and will be researching the problem further and seeing how I can help.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Haven Gordon

    I won this book in a goodreads giveaway. Real Laplaine's book See Me Not is a very thought provoking read that shines a big light into an epidemic that is not spoken enough about which is sex slavery. I really admired Jarad's ambission to save Hann'sha who is a child he met in a brothel.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Felicia

    This book was very hard to read, as in the fact that it is very emotional. I thought it was well written and I felt for the characters. I received this book from goodreads giveaways.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    I received this book free through a goodreads giveaway. I didn't like the book that much. The basic plot line is that Jared goes to India with one of his friends Steve. While he's there he meets a child prostitute named Hann'sha, who Jared decides he must rescue. The first thing about the book I thought was a little weird, was that Jared would go to India with Steve, who Jared barely knows. I also didn't like how the author does the European thing and uses dashes instead of quotation marks to in I received this book free through a goodreads giveaway. I didn't like the book that much. The basic plot line is that Jared goes to India with one of his friends Steve. While he's there he meets a child prostitute named Hann'sha, who Jared decides he must rescue. The first thing about the book I thought was a little weird, was that Jared would go to India with Steve, who Jared barely knows. I also didn't like how the author does the European thing and uses dashes instead of quotation marks to indicate that people are speaking. It made it a little hard to understand when people were speaking. It also just gave the book this weird vibe, like the people weren't really talking. I also thought Jared was a bit stupid at times. I respected the fact that he wanted to rescue Hann'sha, but at times I thought he took unnecessary risks to rescue her. I also got the I'm an American and thus need to save the world vibe from him. Its an ok vibe I just thought he should have found out more about the culture in India before he used his American beliefs to save Hann'sha.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Raven

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    Alex Markman

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    Kyla Gergely

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