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'A novel that is beautiful in its story and important in its message. A Walk Across the Sun deserves a wide audience' John Grisham. 'Addison's debut is an unforgettable read' Star Magazine. 'It was more than just an intriguing read. It was an experience ... a novel that will change how you view the world. This is definitely one to read' Awaaz news. 'An accomplished, compelling thriller, drawing people towards a difficult, heartrending subject' Bookbag. 'An astounding novel full of first-hand insight that could only come from true-life experience' Irish Sunday Independent. 'a real page turner, beautifully written, compelling but with a hugely important message at its heart' writing.ie. 'an immensely readable and powerful indictment of the global trade in human beings' Tribune. 'His sensitive treatment of a difficult subject in an atmospheric page-turning thriller deserves to be read' The American. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
CORBAN ADDISON is a litigation attorney and a supporter of human-rights and social-justice causes around the world. He holds degrees in law and engineering and lives with his wife and children in Virginia. This is his first novel.
A great snapshot of what girls face in Third World countries. Couldn't put it down once I started. We don't know how lucky we are!!Published 1 month ago by Rose Craft
O have submitted this book to our church's Justice Committee as a valuable "read" on the scourge of human trafficking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Crazy John
A very riveting story of Human Trafficking that peaks our awareness of how and why we have to protect the children of the world the best way we can.Published 6 months ago by Rose Evans
Very good story with a good message. We don't think about human trafficking in our midst but it is.Published 11 months ago by Carole
I enjoyed this book and devoured it in 24 hours, though the story line was a little predicable the book overall was an eye opening read.Published 14 months ago by Heidi Murphy
I bought this book because it was on sale and had a nice cover. Unfortunately, that's all it had going for it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Samantha Turenne
I read this book for a meeting of the book club I beloing to.
When I first started to read this book, I was filled with trepidation. Read more