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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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    Good

    Engrossing, marred by the stilted dialogue with all characters speaking in the voice. Authentically researched.
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    The Lost Daughter of India

    This story was so absorbing and disturbing I kept thinlking about it until I cou ld keep reading.it opened my eyes.
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    Lost Daughter of India

    A topic that should be in our optics on a daily basis. I forgot about the story . The topic cannot be intertwined with fiction. However if fiction of this terrible topic brings it to the attention of readers who will sign petitions, donate, etc. then this book is work of art. It does describe life in India , specifically for the poor, and specifically for poor very young girls, kidnapped and sold to the highest bidder for sex. The story was rather irritating but will lead the reader to the horrendous truths about pedophiles and the need to stamp them out worldwide.
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