Summary

Maelea is an average 11-year-old living in Anlong Veng, Cambodia. Her days consist of fishing in the Mekong River with her father, watching her younger sister Srey, cooking with her mother, and dancing joyfully throughout the hut.
When her sister becomes ill with dengue fever and the family worries she will die, her father journeys to the city in search of help. He returns with a doctor and a mysterious woman whom he tells Maelea she will now work for as a domestic servant.
Maelea is promised a door to a better future, including school, but finds herself trapped in a brothel instead. There she endures unimaginable torture, isolation, and is forced to sell her body up to 60 times a night for two years until one horrific act of terror becomes an unlikely saving grace.
Dance For Me is an honest and compassionate look into child sex trafficking. It will make you angry, it will make you sad, and it will inspire you to act for those who you cannot.
©2017 Tiffini Johnson (P)2017 Opal Audio
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3 out of 5 stars
By coolmamma on 11-09-17

Hard read/listen

This was a good book don't get me wrong. However it took me a while to read because it made me sick and depressed every time I listened to it. The things this poor girl went through is just horrible. Unfortunately this is not an uncommon story. Thousands of young girls and boys are trafficked every day. Not just in other countries but the US as well. Natalie thank you for sharing your story.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Heather W on 05-07-17

very gripping. sad story but very well told.

the details make me feel like I was there, I would definitely recommend this to others

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