Slave Girl: Return to Hell
In the sequel to Slave Girl, a survivor of the sex trade details her recovery process, which she realizes must include a return to the site of her trauma to aid others
In Slave Girl, Sarah Forsyth told of her terrible ordeal as a young woman sex-trafficked from England to the red-light district of Amsterdam, and of her dramatic escape from forced prostitution. But as she relates in this memoir, Sarah's journey from the dark back into light was far from over. She discusses how, still addicted to drugs and drink, she struggled to cope with life, with love, and with the marriage she desperately hoped would bring her happiness. It would take three more long and painful years to be rid of the terrible after-effects of sex slavery. But as she fought her draining battle to survive, Sarah came to realize that there was something she needed to do. It was a decision that would take her back into the modern scandal of sex trafficking—and back into the hell of Amsterdam's red-light district. This is the incredible story of her very personal mental journey to find goodness within herself, and the shocking and painful physical journey to find the sex slaves she left behind. Both are journeys which will take all the strength, courage, and love that she has—but if she is to survive, they are journeys she must make.
280 pages; ISBN 9781782196327
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Title: Slave Girl: Return to Hell
Author: Sarah Forsyth; Tim Tate