#Review 30 Red Dresses by Johan Twiss

30 Red Dresses Book Cover 30 Red Dresses
Johan Twiss
August 7th 2017

While on a book tour in Cambodia, author James Moore unwittingly seeks refuge in a brothel to escape a devastating flash flood. He and his translator witness the atrocities of girls forced into prostitution, including a young child with a special gift. Together, they fight to not only save the girls from the rising flood waters, but from the menacing brothel owner and his men.

30 Red Dresses
by Johan Twiss


Reading the first chapter of this book I thought ‘oh no I wont be able to continue’ but as hard as that chapter was to read it highlighted the very really plight of young girls and human trafficking. Johna Twiss has written this book in a way that gives you the idea of what is going on without actually going into to detail, for which I am thankful for as I don’t think I could have handled reading that happening to little 8 year old Veata who was sold by her abusive uncle to a vicious sex slaver.
James is a well know author who is touring Cambodia and when a flash flood put him the sights of Veata and some of the other girls their lives are all changed from that moment.
Whilst this book has a happy ending, you know that in the real world this is not always the case and this book will really tug at your heart.
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.




I am Fee, a 30 -something SAHM bookworm! I love to read, and will read almost anything and everything. I am not afraid to try new genres of books and my main genre is horror, thriller.

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