• by Katariina Rosenblatt, Cecil Murphey
  • Narrated by Kirsten Potter
  • 5 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sex trafficking is currently a hot news topic, but it is not a new problem or just a problem in "other" countries. Every year, an estimated 80,000 American children are lured into the sex trade, some as young as eight years old. It is thought that up to 90 percent of victims are never rescued. Stolen is the true story of one survivor who escaped - more than once. First recruited while staying with her family at a hotel in Miami Beach, Katariina Rosenblatt was already a lonely and abused young girl who was yearning to be loved. She fell into the hands of a confident young woman who pretended friendship but slowly lured her into a child prostitution ring. For years afterward, a cycle of false friendship, threats, drugs, and violence kept her trapped. As Kat shares her harrowing experiences, listeners will quickly realize the frightening truth that these terrible things could have happened to any child - a neighbor, a niece, a friend, a sister, a daughter. But beyond that, they will see that there is real hope for the victims of sex trafficking. Stolen is more than a warning. It is a celebration of survival that will inspire.


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Customer Reviews

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Christian faith based story of a survivor

Everything good that happens to the author, happens because of God. I was disappointed that there was so much about the author and all the good that she - a "female Moses" does along with her organization and, of course, God, and not enough detailed stories about actual experiences, except her own and that was just at the beginning of the book. The book soon starts sounding like a sermon. Not my cup of tea.
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- Critic


I was interested in reading a book about trafficking and ended up feeling like I was being ministered to. I take issue with people saying god saved them from trafficking as if their god just didn't care about all the other women who were trafficked. Not a terrible book but nothing special.
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- A. Pressman

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-10-2014
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