Taliban Love Slave

Taliban Love Slave

by Russ Heitz, Aabra
     
 

To Sara and Jake, it sounded like a perfect spring break from their post-graduate university work: two weeks in the foothills of the Karakoram Mountains of Pakistan. Sara would study and photograph a rare mountain goat called the Makhor, the focus of her zoology dissertation. Fiancé Jake, a graphic arts major, would photograph K2, the most dangerous mountain… See more details below

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To Sara and Jake, it sounded like a perfect spring break from their post-graduate university work: two weeks in the foothills of the Karakoram Mountains of Pakistan. Sara would study and photograph a rare mountain goat called the Makhor, the focus of her zoology dissertation. Fiancé Jake, a graphic arts major, would photograph K2, the most dangerous mountain in the world. Their dream vacation begins to crumble, however, when Sara is nearly arrested as soon as they arrive at the Islamabad airport. Her crime? Wearing shorts and a halter top. Hours later, their dream turns into a full-fledged nightmare when their guide disappears and their camp is overrun by robed, hostile, and heavily-armed extremists. After murdering Jake, they gang rape Sara and then carry her off to a cold wet cell, in a hidden cave, in a nameless mountain valley. In less than forty-eight hours, a carefree university student is turned into a brutalized
slave for the Taliban.

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Kindle Store - Robin No Last Name Given
This is a quick read that definitely held me captive until I finished reading it. It's a story about a couple who travel to Pakistan and run into terrible trouble. It's a story of pain, fear, and hope. We learn about some of the greedy, evil people that exist in this world known as the Taliban. It makes me so grateful to be a woman from the US, to be free to do as I wish and wear what I wish and to be respected by others. WARNING ... There is considerable violence in this story.
Kindle Store - "Another" "Writer"
A compelling fast paced story about a woman who becomes desperate in her quest for survival at the hands of Taliban captors. Her character is clear from the start--independent, adventurous. Yet through an unfortunate turn of events she becomes completely helpless, dominated by evil-doers and seeing now way of escape other than possible death. ... No feel-good passionate love story here; likewise literally impossible to walk away from it's lure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148416982
Publisher:
Aabra Publishing
Publication date:
07/04/2013
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
0 MB

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