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    Brutal, honest and engaging

    This story is troubling yet important to read. We can't have our blinders on when trafficking is happening in this world. The author does a fantastic job pulling you into the story immediately. Through fiction, you are able to learn about the realities of child trafficking in India. I couldn't put it down.
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    The lost daughter of India

    Absolutely loved this book, from start to finish. Thank you Sharon Maas. I read this while travelling in India,whilst it scared me a little, it opened my eyes also.
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    Engrossing, marred by the stilted dialogue with all characters speaking in the voice. Authentically researched.
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    True LIves

    While thus While this book is fiction it should be made clear that it is based on fact.
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    The lost daughter of India

    Excellent book. Very well written gripping story. Incredible and absolutely awful to think that such a thing exists. Definitely a rude awakening as to how children and babies are so badly mistreated in certain parts of the world.
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