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A Walk Across the Sun – Corban Addison

“A Walk Across the Sun” by Corban Addison is a gripping and emotionally charged novel that takes readers on a harrowing journey through the world of human trafficking. With a compelling blend of suspense, compassion, and thought-provoking themes, this book sheds light on the dark underbelly of modern-day slavery.

The story revolves around two sisters, Ahalya and Sita, who are orphaned and forced into the treacherous world of sex trafficking after a devastating tsunami strikes their village in India. As they struggle to survive in a cruel and unforgiving world, their paths intersect with that of Thomas Clarke, a young lawyer from America who becomes determined to rescue them.

Through vivid storytelling and meticulous research, Corban Addison brings to life the stark realities faced by the victims of human trafficking. From the desolate villages of India to the ruthless underworld of Mumbai, the novel exposes the various facets of this global crime, exploring the complexities and challenges of combating it.

As Thomas embarks on a relentless quest to find Ahalya and Sita, the novel delves into themes of justice, resilience, and the power of human connection. It explores the indomitable spirit of the survivors and the lengths to which individuals are willing to go to protect and rescue those in need.

“A Walk Across the Sun” not only shines a light on the horrors of human trafficking but also raises awareness about the underlying social, economic, and cultural factors that perpetuate this crime. It tackles issues of poverty, gender inequality, corruption, and the exploitation of vulnerable individuals, prompting readers to contemplate their own roles and responsibilities in combating such injustices.

With its well-drawn characters, compelling narrative, and deeply affecting moments, the book captures both the heart-wrenching tragedy and the resilience of the human spirit. It serves as a poignant reminder of the urgent need for action and advocacy in the fight against human trafficking.

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Weight 0.38 kg
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 4 cm