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    Corban Addison tackles a very tough subject in "A Walk Across the Sun". Too bad he did not feel the need to flesh out his characters. The American lawyer is clearly a stand in for Addison himself and he is the only three dimensional character. Addison creates point of view chapters for Sita and Ahalya, but drops those points of views for extended periods of time. It seems that Ahalya drops off the face of the Earth and I get the feeling that Addison simply did not have the emotional depth required to write about the rocky road toward recovery. If you wish to write a book about a subject as difficult as underage sex trafficking be prepared to put the effort in.

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    Great Book it was beautifuly written

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    Would recommend as a great read. The author brought out the ugly reality of human trafficking, putting names to the results. It has instilled the desire to talk to people about the need to fight this. Didn't want to put the book down.

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    Very good reading. Did not want to put it down.....

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    What a gripping story! Very well written. I'm so glad this sorry had a happy ending. It's a shame that this is still such a problem in this world. Definitely a must read.

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