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[ Pdf Barbed-Wire Butterflies ß bangladesh PDF ] by Jessica Kristie Í Elani Benjamin Had Never Imagined The Level Of Fear And Uncertainty That Was Now A Demoralizing Part Of Her Everyday Life With Freedom Ripped From Her World, Elani Must Stand Alongside The Hundreds Of Other Women Forced Into Slave Labor By The Mysterious Organization That Runs The Hub At Only Thirteen Years Of Age, She Must Decide If She Will Give In To The Daily Atrocities Surrounding Her Or Keep Fighting Her Courageous, Emotional Battle For Freedom Malnutrition, Intimidation, And Abuse Force Them All Into An Isolated Depression That Guarantees Compliance On The Edge Of Surrender, Elani Finds An Ally In Eddie, A Repentant Long Term Employee Of The Hub Who Gives Her The Resolution To Find A Way Out Of Her Imprisonment And The Hope Of Reclaiming Her Stolen Freedom 100% Of All Print Royalties And A Percentage Of Digital Copies Go To Courage Worldwide, An International Non Profit Organization That Is Building Homes Around The World For Children Rescued Out Of Sex Trafficking.
This book just fell horribly, utterly, flat for me The grammatical and spelling errors were distracting, the dialogue was stilted and unnatural, and I never felt connected to any of the characters Worse than that though, the way that Elani was portrayed made it seem like she was supposed to have some reserve of strength and hope that made her special, something that the other girls must have obviously lacked, but I just never saw that special something The only redeeming quality of this book This book just fell horribly, utterly, flat for me The grammatical and spelling errors were distracting, the dialogue was stilted and unnatural, and I never felt connected to any of the characters Worse than that though, the way that Elani was portrayed made it seem like she was supposed to have some reserve of strength and hope that made her special, something that the other girls must have obviously lacked, but I just never saw that special something The only redeeming quality of this book is that a portion of the purchase price is being donated to charity I just finished reading the new novel Barbed Wire Butterflies by Jessica Kristie and was completely engrossed Great Job, Jessica, on tackling such a heavy issue with so much empathy In Elani, you ve given slavery a very brave and realistic human faceand Eddie is such a wonderful, believable yet unlikely hero I appreciate the finesse that it took to weave their tale As I read, I found myself really relating to what it must be like to be held in bondage I am so pleased that someone so sens I just finished reading the new novel Barbed Wire Butterflies by Jessica Kristie and was completely engrossed Great Job, Jessica, on tackling such a heavy issue with so much empathy In Elani, you ve given slavery a very brave and realistic human faceand Eddie is such a wonderful, believable yet unlikely hero I appreciate the finesse that it took to weave their tale As I read, I found myself really relating to what it must be like to be held in bondage I am so pleased that someone so sensitive, and with such a deep understanding of human emotions, has decided to take on this nearly invisible issue Jessica is the right person at the right time Her portrayal of modern day slavery rings trueand the very last line gave me CHILLS I love it when that happens I am also tickled pink that the wire butterfly that Jessica approached me to make has been given a place of honor in the Acknowledgments at the end of the book Woo Hoo THANK YOU, Jessica, for choosing lil ol ME as your wire worker I am highly honored to be a part of this This is a story of thirteen year old Elani Benjamin, who finds herself abducted and trafficked into a sweat shop It s hard to read in places, as Elani tells of her daily struggles, and the misery of the other girls all of whom come from broken homes and abusive backgrounds.
The characters are well drawn, making them easy to empathise with, which in turn makes Elani s journey painful to read at times.
Jessica Kristie has written about a problem that still troubles modern society, and donates 100% This is a story of thirteen year old Elani Benjamin, who finds herself abducted and trafficked into a sweat shop It s hard to read in places, as Elani tells of her daily struggles, and the misery of the other girls all of whom come from broken homes and abusive backgrounds.
The characters are well drawn, making them easy to empathise with, which in turn makes Elani s journey painful to read at times.
Jessica Kristie has written about a problem that still troubles modern society, and donates 100% of the proceeds from the paperback to a charity that provides housing for child victims of sex trafficking Barbed Wire Butterflies by Jessica Kristie is about thirteen year old Elani who finds herself kidnapped and forced to work in a sweatshop as part of an underground human trafficking ring She sees the hopelessness of her fellow prisoners and vows to not end up a zombie of herself Through her determination and the help of a kind ex military worker who is fed up with the system he s contributed to, Elani is able to hold onto her strength and hope She is able to not only escape from the high secu Barbed Wire Butterflies by Jessica Kristie is about thirteen year old Elani who finds herself kidnapped and forced to work in a sweatshop as part of an underground human trafficking ring She sees the hopelessness of her fellow prisoners and vows to not end up a zombie of herself Through her determination and the help of a kind ex military worker who is fed up with the system he s contributed to, Elani is able to hold onto her strength and hope She is able to not only escape from the high security hell, but brings justice to her friends still trapped inside.
I liked the story as much as you can like a story about slavery The characters were well formed and the storyline plausible The flashback chapters that told about the girls past lives was great Nothing in the story felt drawn out or rushed I was able to relate to Elani as she worriedabout the other girls than herself and cheered with every show of courage she made.
But the writing ruined it for me The word choice was frequently awkward, and several sentences were just confusing or clumsy So much of the dialogue was unrealistic The author was using dialogue to convey information about trafficking and to set the facts of the story, but it ended up being stilted and fake I think my biggest pet peeve, though, was that 90% of the time where was used as were Hoping I just got an unfinished proof, not the final copy At the end of the day, I give this book 2.
5 out of 5 stars I really wanted to love this book The story was pretty good, and I did wonder what was going to happen next, but the writing needs work I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review Thank you to Goodreads and Jessica Kristie for my copy of Barbed Wire Butterflies.
Shocking, heartbreaking that this goes on in today s society Your heart will go out to the victims of this terrible crime A book all should read and educated yourself on this atrocity.
This story was compelling to me, maybe because the sickening problem of slavery has never ended Even though we have laws against it, human trafficking still continues Another reason is maybe because Jessica Kristie will be one of our presenters and the one who will listen to pitches at the Write to Inspire Conference in Sacramento on July 19 and 20, 2013.
Thirteen year old Elani Benjamin has been kidnapped by people looking for cheap labor Hundreds of girls work in an ugly, concrete walled b This story was compelling to me, maybe because the sickening problem of slavery has never ended Even though we have laws against it, human trafficking still continues Another reason is maybe because Jessica Kristie will be one of our presenters and the one who will listen to pitches at the Write to Inspire Conference in Sacramento on July 19 and 20, 2013.
Thirteen year old Elani Benjamin has been kidnapped by people looking for cheap labor Hundreds of girls work in an ugly, concrete walled building They make clothing, electronic equipment, clean the place, and sleep in cells after their long days of work and little food The guards could take their pick of the girls whenever they wanted In other words, a living hell on earth.
Elani has no choice but to follow their orders, but exhaustion does not stop her from making friends with her three cell mates and one friendly janitor They warn her not to make waves and above all not to make eye contact with the guards or the Captain Especially not the Captain Horror stories circulate in whispers as the girls work and in their cells Minor illnesses can become fatal Small injuries must be avoided at all costs Hurry to each assignment or else.
Hope is in short supply, but Elani must cling to the hope that one day she will be free, or she will lose her individuality and her soul the way so many around her have already done In Barbed Wire Butterflies, Jessica Kristie does an excellent job of balancing the horror of trafficking with the hope of survival I would highly recommend this novel I loved the main character Elani Benjamin and was drawn to her strength and determination Her story, and the stories of the other girls in the novel, tugged at my heart I loved Elani s fire for survival and her quest for freedom This is a brave novel and Jessica Kristie does a beautiful job of telling one girl s heartbreakin In Barbed Wire Butterflies, Jessica Kristie does an excellent job of balancing the horror of trafficking with the hope of survival I would highly recommend this novel I loved the main character Elani Benjamin and was drawn to her strength and determination Her story, and the stories of the other girls in the novel, tugged at my heart I loved Elani s fire for survival and her quest for freedom This is a brave novel and Jessica Kristie does a beautiful job of telling one girl s heartbreaking story of being abducted into human trafficking, and then courageously finding her way out I received a copy of this book thru Goodreads first reads program I m so glad I won a copy of this book as it tore at my heart but also lifted my soul A fictional story of a young girl thrown into the world of human trafficking A realistic look into the horror and despair of those living and trying to survive in a sweat shop Ms Kristie has done an excellent job of bringing this world wide problem out in the open I admire her for all she is doing to help end this abomination Kudos Ms Kris I received a copy of this book thru Goodreads first reads program I m so glad I won a copy of this book as it tore at my heart but also lifted my soul A fictional story of a young girl thrown into the world of human trafficking A realistic look into the horror and despair of those living and trying to survive in a sweat shop Ms Kristie has done an excellent job of bringing this world wide problem out in the open I admire her for all she is doing to help end this abomination Kudos Ms Kristie and Divine Hammer for Barbed Wire Butterflies I really loved the book, and the book helped me truly understand human trafficking I knew about it before, but I never truly understood it until I read this book It s not the best book I ve ever read but let s face it, hardly any book can compete with harry potter However it is one of those books that I will reread when I m down, or in need of inspiration The Heroine in the story is strong, I look up to her, and I think of her when I m down.
It s a great book, and I would really recommend i I really loved the book, and the book helped me truly understand human trafficking I knew about it before, but I never truly understood it until I read this book It s not the best book I ve ever read but let s face it, hardly any book can compete with harry potter However it is one of those books that I will reread when I m down, or in need of inspiration The Heroine in the story is strong, I look up to her, and I think of her when I m down.
It s a great book, and I would really recommend it to females especially, though that doesn t mean males shouldn t read it