Slave Again – A review

Slave Again

Hi everyone! Hope you’re all OK. I’m still suffering from this virus that won’t go away. 😦 Anyway enough of that. I’ve got another review to share with you.

It’s a review of a novel by my fellow indie author and WIPpeteer Alana Terry. The novel’s called Slave Again and it’s the followup to her brilliant debut novel The Beloved Daughter.

So without further ado, here’s my review:

I enjoyed Slave Again as much as The Beloved Daughter. Terry writes beautifully and draws you into the story.

Dealing as it does with human trafficking, and unflinching in its descriptions of the physical and emotional torment faced by the young women it depicts, Slave Again has scenes which are brutal at times. But the violence is not gratuitous, just realistic and wonderfully written.

As the reader I felt such sympathy for many of the characters in the story – even those who at times weren’t likeable – as Terry manages to make all of them feel real and human. They’re not black and white; they make mistakes, even do terrible things but I could connect with them and feel their pain.

I would recommend Slave Again to anyone who enjoys a well written, pacy and exciting novel, full of suspense and intrigue.

You can buy Slave Again from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.

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