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Publisher's Summary

An Indonesian young woman,  
Dubai, 
And a thousand dreams,
Imtiyaaz, a Muslim girl, who just graduated from high school, is hired by a recruitment agency to travel across shores to Dubai to begin working. Though her friends have reservations about going abroad, Imtiyaaz sees a new door opening. Through her father's generosity and small savings, she has been given the green light to begin her career. The new world, heightened expectations, and the luxurious culture is enthralling and scary for this young lady. Just when as she begins to unpack after arriving, she is called to begin work immediately. Is it just a mistake? Or is it coincidence?
Read between the covers of "I'm not your Slave", to know what happened to her and many who have taken the journey abroad to find monies to send back home.
©2017 Eric Reese (P)2018 Eric Reese
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By Ines on 01-24-18

Shocking women trafficking and exploitation

I'm Not Your Slave
By Eric Reese
Narrated by: Sangita Chauhan
Length: 1 hr and 35 mins

This book is about Imtiyaaz, young girl who just graduated from high school and her search for work. Listen to book to know what happened. This is not what I usually listen, so some parts were pretty shocking. The book is full of intrigue, danger, insecurity, naivety, female difficulties, human trafficking and women exploitation. The world can be a dangerous place for young naive unprotected women. Some scenes might not be appropriate for minors or sensitive people. Eric wrote this book in the interesting and engaging way for the listener. His books often deal with peoples lives, difficulties and struggles of immigrants. If you like these thematics and can relate in any way you will find this book interesting. Sangita Chauhan did a good job as narrator, provided good voice and tempo.

My hope is that this review helps in your decision to obtain this book :)
*This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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