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Publisher's Summary

My name is Elena and I used to be a human being. Now I am a sex slave. If you are reading this diary then I am either dead or I have managed to escape.Trafficked: The Diary of a Sex Slave is a gritty, gripping, and tear-jerking fictional audiobook, inspired by real victims' accounts and research into the sex trafficking underworld.
©2011 Sibel Hodge (P)2014 Sibel Hodge
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By Dr. X on 10-02-16

Not helpful or insightful

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

No. The book was not entertainment and it was not informative. The title sounds like a first hand account. And from the publishers description, I assumed that the book was close to an actual account but "fictionalized" and maybe broadened. It is not. The extent of the author's "research" seems to have been the reading of accounts on the internet and listening to a documentary on television. I had hoped to get an account based on actual events and to thereby obtain deeper insight. I learned nothing more from listening to this book than what anyone that has read a few news articles does not already know. So, it failed as a source of information. It also failed as an interesting story. Characters and events were not sufficiently developed to make for an interesting story or to develop any real bond or understanding with/of the characters. The supposed author of the book was from a small, poor, town in Moldovia. The main character was taught English from books by her father. It was highly unbelievable that she would have had the vocabulary and richness of expression represented in the book. This was a major disconnect that distracted from the believability of the story.

Has Trafficked turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

The performance would have been good for another book and setting. However, the reading was too animated and energized to represent a woman dehumanized by trafficking.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No

Any additional comments?

Not recommended as fiction and not recommended as a source of information on trafficking. The book is not entertainig and is not educational enough to warrant the time listening.

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By Iris Benson on 08-14-16

Glad it was only 2 hours!

First off the earnest longing tone of the narration is distracting and painful. The character is hallow and underdeveloped. The story while important lacks any visceral description or emotional depth. It is like listening to a made for tv movie read by a soap opera star. I was tolerant because I thought it was a true account, then realized it was a badly written, cliche filled rag of fiction.

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By Karen Lloyd on 02-04-15

Gripping from start to finish!

Wow! Loved this audiobook. I read this book the week previous and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have to admit that it's not the genre of book I would usually read/listen to but I have recently become a massive fan of Sibel Hodge's having read some of her other books. I am so glad I read this! I literally couldn't put it down. The story grips you from the start and pulls you into Elena's world. When I listened to the audiobook I found the narrators voice perfectly matched how I imagined Elena's voice to sound and this certainly enhances the feeling that this story is true to life and you immediately empathize with Elena's predicament. The story has exciting parts that keep you wanting to hear more.
I would urge anyone to listen to this audiobook. You will not be dissapointed.
On a serious note it made me aware of the trafficking industry and it really shocked me that this actually happens in today's world. More needs to be done to prevent this from happening and free the poor women that sadly live this terrible life. Thank you for writing such a gripping, thought provoking book Sibel.

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By Naomi on 01-12-15

Can't put it down

brilliant story almost felt like you were reading some one's actual account! I especially liked the author talking about why she wrote it,where her influence came from and the reason why she wrote it the way she had.
xena warrior princess
xxx

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