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Out of the Cages
Out of the Cages | Penny Jaye
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Fifteen-year-old Meena has given up all hope of ever escaping the brothel.For three years shes locked away her memories of home, of her childhood friend, of what it means to hope. But when a botched police raid offers her a chance at freedom, Meena must face the truth about her past.As she attempts to piece her life back together, the memories she has buried deep inside begin to resurface. Meena realises escaping the brothel is only the beginning of what it means to be free.Can she face the truth in her memories? Can she return to Nepal if it means returning alone? Or will she face the red-light district one last time?`Sometimes its ourselves we need to trust again
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Eva2
Out of the Cages | Penny Jaye
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This book covers the awful reality of human trafficking. I can‘t say I enjoyed the book. It was a difficult read. It is a YA novel. However, I would be wary of giving it to anyone under 15. Whilst it is important to promote awareness of the terrible circumstances that trafficked children face, I‘m not sure if a lot of teens would cope with some of the content.