Sarah, the protagonist, goes through personal hell in this novel full of ups, downs and personal losses and setbacks. She’s taken, turned into a slave and used by the most criminal type of man you can imagine. All of her struggles are heart-wrenching at times but always inspiring. You’ll find in Sarah a real person that’s put through hell, but has a lot of resources and tools to fight back.
It’s a common thing today to hear stories about social unrest and injustice in all kinds of places happening to people from all walks of like. Injustice seems to permeate everything we do, may it be our work, our relationships or our own personal time. These stories we hear and see on the news are usually non-fiction pieces. It’s important to be informed, but it’s also important to experience the world through the eyes and feelings of fictional characters. And get to see things in a way only a novel such as this one can show.
Read it, you will enjoy New York, its historical colonial time and a riveting story.