Glass Roads presents…..Rescuing Hope by Susan Norris…You Don’t Want To Miss This Book!

Rescuing Hope


Did you know 100,000 American children were sex-trafficked in 2009? The number is thought to have increased to 200,000-300,000 by now, according to the State Department and FBI.

When unassuming mom Susan Norris heard this was going on right there, in her quiet suburban Atlanta neighborhood, she resolved to act. After spending countless hours with victims, detectives, and a former pimp, Susan combined what she’d learned and wrote the novel, RESCUING HOPE. Susan’s website



This is not an easy book to read, but a book that everyone should read! Sex trafficking is one of the most heart-wrenching issues to talk about, and we all need to pull together and do what we can to help the victims of this horrible thing that is happening to our children and young people today. This is why I wanted to read Rescuting Hope, to get the word out about what is really happening and how it effects people in America.

Hope Ellis has the good life as a fourteen year-old until she helps the movers move she and her mom to their new home. When one of the movers returns to her new house and rapes her, Hope’s life changes forever. His threats keep her quiet about the rape, and she lifes a life of guilt and lies because she can’t put herself and her mom in danger of this horrible person. But then she meets the guy that promises her everything, lures her from her safe life as she knows it into a world that is nothing she ever dreamed would happen to her.

Knowing that sex-trafficing is one of the fastest growing crimes in America makes me and so many others wonder why it is never talked about or dealt with in the media. The seem to rip to pieces everything they get their hands on expept this horrific subject that ruins the lives of so many of our children. I appreciate Susan Norris and her willingness to take a stand and write a book such as Rescuing Hope, reaching out to the American people for help in stopping this horrible crime. This is fiction taken from real stories happening in our world today.  Hope’s story is scary, because it can happen to any young lady, anywhere. The scenes and issues in this book is not for just anyone to read, I would not recommend it to children, and I recommend you reading it with your young teens, giving them the opportunity to discuss the issues and questions with you. This book leaves readers with a wealth of information about how we all can get involved, and what we can do to help. You’ve just got to read this book to understand  the seriousness of this issue. I highly recommend this book to every adult to read, whether you have children or not! And I encourage you to find a place you can get involved, and do whatever you can to help our children, and help the victims of this horrible crime.

This book was provided by Glass Roads for me to read and review. I was not expected or required to write a postive review. The opinions in this review are mine only.

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