I got the feeling, frequently, that he was short-handing the issue in his rush to thrust home his points. I got the book even before the delivery date, and the book is in great condition! Victor Malarek.
Reading this first definitely would have given The Johns more context. This was my first book about prostitution, so I don't have much to compare it to. If you saw the movie "Taken" you have a glimpse of what this book details.
Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. The United States is far from innocent in these horrors and there is no end in sight. Some parts of the book are extremely heartbreaking and graphic, however, they are necessary to include to give the reader a proper understanding of the horrors that human trafficking and prostitution involve.
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Malarek, for speaking up, and for writing this book to raise awareness of the issue outside the old continent. Victor Malarek does a wonderful job of the natashas inside the new global sex trade in Phoenix his real-life encounters with The Natashas, his dealings with the higher-ups in the sex trafficking business, as well as historical background about the fall of the Soviet Union and the raising of the Iron Curtain that has so greatly contributed to the current ability for this underground peoples market to operate so freely.
And so, while I absolutely recommend learning more about the issue of human trafficking in the world today, I suggest you make a better choice than I did on the road of that investigation. The report cleared all the USA's allies, including the EU states, and pointed the finger at its usual enemies, Cuba and North Korea, without, of course, providing any proof.
I think though it is important to read these kinds of texts because it allow readers access the information and experiences that they may not have always known to have existed. It's not a "That book was so awesome! Their only friends are the dedicated women and men who form the thin front line against trafficking--an often thankless job.
He interviews the women - the "Natashas" Natasha being what the johns call any slavic woman they buy - who are raped every day after having been sold into sexual slavery.
However despite the fact that it exposes the role of the UN and western europeans in the sex-salve trade in eastern european women it doesnt shed light on either the origins of the illness, Communism, or the more racist and colonialistic aspects of this. It's similar to my name, Anastasya Even when she escaped him, she could not outrun the crushing inner pain of abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
While it may be graphic and violent, I think teen girls should read it everywhere, for no other reason than to get a hold on how men really view the opposite sex. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.