I like that the author was willing to write about women and children being kidnapped and tricked into sexual slavery and that the author used the story to promote awareness and support for the victims and their families. He touched on the harsh conditions, that religious or social status is not a deterrent, and that the victims may never truly recover even after being rescued. Jack Wilder told a good story.
What I will be looking for in the future from Mr. Wilder will be more depth. There were moments in this book where I could feel what the character was experiencing and will be impatiently waiting to be living between the pages barely remembering that I'm reading.