Katherine has written passionately about sex-trafficking in Cambodia borne from her experience of living in the country as teacher. There she experienced a fascinating yet impoverished world with evidence of injustice all around her. Her understanding of cultural differences resonates throughout her story-telling.
The story is told through the eyes of Lydia, a British teacher living in Phnom Penh. Lydia bravely fosters a young Vietnamese girl. Both Lydia and Song are betrayed and the child is sold into prostitution. We follow Song through the horrors of the child sex trade and her redemptive journey.
The writer looks at the unfairness of life; the choices that confront us; can terrible circumstances ever be redeemed? Her conviction is that there is a loving God who aches to be intimately involved in lives and brings healing to the most desperate situations.
If you enjoy stories that bring insight into another culture and tackle distressing realities whilst containing a thread of hope within, then this is for you.
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