Angels In Hell


“Angels in Hell” is a novella written by Ngo Tinh Yen. It is intended to raise awareness about sex trafficking in Asia.

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“This book is written in the name of all the innocent children (truly angels) mistreated by sex-traffickers; they could not express for themselves their anger, and cries for help.” — Ngo Tinh Yen Every day, countless children in Southeast Asia practice prostitution. Some do so out of poverty, others are abducted by traffickers and sold as sex slaves, others are sold to brothels by their own parents. This book is intended to raise awareness about these abused children, and encourage readers to help however they can. Ngo Tinh Yen has spent many years volunteering for non-profit organizations which fight against sex trafficking and child prostitution. In 2009, she journeyed to Southeast Asia, to visit the suffering children and learn more about the organizations which help protect and care for them. “Angels In Hell” chronicles her journey across Vietnam and Cambodia. She describes the places she visited, the suffering she witnessed, and recounts stories from former sex slaves. She also reflects on the heroic anti-trafficking efforts made by non-profit organizations, and on the extraordinary courage former victims show as they fight to overcome their traumas, live normal lives, and help prevent others from suffering as they suffered.

  •  Paperback | 300 pages
  •  152 x 229 x 16mm | 404g
  •  12 Sep 2014
  •  Createspace
  •  United States
  •  English
  •  black & white illustrations
  •  1500931330
  •  9781500931339