Dirty Work

Dirty Work

Book - 2007
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Hopeâe(tm)s mum doesnâe(tm)t get her. In fact, Hope knows that as far as her preoccupied parents are concerned, sheâe(tm)s hope less . She may be spoilt âe" but money doesnâe(tm)t buy happiness. Oksana doesnâe(tm)t even have a mum. And her dad and brother are miles away, left behind in Russia. She thought Europe would offer a better life âe" instead, bought and sold into prostitution, she feels dirty and used. Then Oksana and Hope are thrown together in the most terrifying circumstances imaginable. Their only real chance of escape lies with each other, but how do two teenagers with so little in common find the way . . . ? A tense, shocking novel âe" with a hint of hope.
Publisher: London : Macmillan, c2007.
ISBN: 9780330415217
Characteristics: 180 p.

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vanessa_r_al
Sep 23, 2011

This book was a great read. It follows the lives of two girls ( one rich, and the other poor) who are victims of human trafficing. I read this book two years ago but the entire story line stuck with me. I couldn't put the book down.

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liveblue
Jul 01, 2010

This book had alot of good writing, good characters that were very realistic, and settings that you could easily visualize.

The author always kept the feeling of anticipation high. But it never comes. Nothing really happens. Literally! It is just build up. None of the characters do any 'Dirty Work' or any work for that matter.

The entire story is about how two girls are taken away from their lives. Nothing ever happens to them. It's very sad but they just sit around in a room, and reflect on their lives and how they took advantage of what they had.

You will most likely finish feeling like you've wasted 2 or 3 hours.

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Jul 01, 2010

Coarse Language: Just a little language here and there.

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