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Valley of Chaya (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 7 ago 2012

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Tracey Hoffmann lives in Australia with her husband Allan. They have two daughters and five grandsons. Tracey’s experience as a counselor, working with people in crisis and trauma inspired her to begin writing fiction as a way to address real life issues.

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Amazon.com: 4.7 su 5 stelle 225 recensioni
12 di 12 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Loved It!! 9 dicembre 2012
Di Julie Griffin - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
A wonderful read from beginning to end! Tracy Hoffmann did an amazing job showing the reality of trafficking without being too graphic, yet still not watering it down, as it is a very real and very heartbreaking plight of so many in our world. I recommend this book to anyone and everyone, especially those who are not familiar with human trafficking. Great book!
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle 2.5 to 3 stars 31 gennaio 2014
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
The storyline between the Indian brother and sister was believable, well thought out, and helps shine the light on the plight of children in slavery. Charlie's character, however, was somewhat annoying. First, her father was right, why would she go on a trip alone like she did? Not that single young females shouldn't travel alone, but they are should be prepared. There are plenty of Christian missions, orphanages, etc. that welcome volunteers and offer safe places to stay in return. There are also ways to join up with groups of people going on missions. Was she supposed to disobey her parents and then enter into forced prostitution in order to learn God' s will for her life? I don't know that God works like that. Secondly, she was WAY too Pollyanna like during her forced captivity. I would have found it more believable if she acted more like an innocent woman going through violent rapes and beatings than the way she acted, which was like some sort of extreme Super Christian.
3.0 su 5 stelle Mixed emotions over the sexual content in this Christian book 22 aprile 2014
Di Jean from Knoxville - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
There were times I wanted to put the book aside and not finish it, but in spite of my mixed emotions I did read it through to the end. Tracey Hoffman is an excellent writer and knows how to present a captivating story line. "Valley of Chaya" is a spiritual book that certainly glorifies the Lord and clearly presents the plan of salvation. However, since much of the story takes place in a brothel in India, there is a lot of what I call "raw sex" included in the story. I certainly encountered more descriptive sexual writing and perverted sexual happenings in this book than I would have ever expected to find in a Christian novel. I really wanted to read the story, but kept stumbling over the almost mind-boggling sexual happenings that kept turning up. The gospel is preached, sacrificial love is encountered, but somehow I was left with a bad taste in my mouth and my mind. Perhaps I am a "sheltered Christian" and I certainly know that these things happen, but I'm not accustomed to coming face to face with them in Christian novels. Perhaps someone has to tell the story and Tracey was chosen to do it. Did I really want to know all this in such detail? If I had known it was going to be so graphic, I wouldn't have started reading. So perhaps this review is just written as a warning to prospective readers that they need to be prepared for the sexual content throughout this book. I'm not sure how to rate this book. Five star for the salvation message and one star for the sexual content. I compromised with three stars.
5.0 su 5 stelle Valley of Chaya is fiction, but it tells the painful story of thousands 31 marzo 2014
Di DocKnitter - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Life is not simple, much as we may pretend that it is. Life outside our bubble of comfort is painful and difficult. This pain leads to despair and even a yearning for death, escape, if one's heart isn't filled with God's promises to be our strength and God's love. Without having experienced the torture and hell that women/girls/children who have been captured into sex slavery have experienced, I cannot imagine how I would react. How well could I hold on to my faith, were I in their shoes?

True, Valley of Chaya is fiction, but it tells the story of thousands. At times the story seemed a bit contrite, but it shares a powerful truth. I cried tears of pain and joy through the last several chapters.

I truly believe that once we have become aware of something, then we are responsible for that information. Take the time to learn more about sex slavery and trafficking, and then, reach out to help. The cost of freeing these women and children, paying their medical bills, counseling them toward health, and then training them with a trade is enormous. The joy comes when knowing that their hearts are caught up in God's Love.

NightLight International is a wonderful place to start. [...] NightLight Bankok is a real version of "Shanti's Rest", yet they have no financial benefactors, like in this book. The women learn to make beautiful jewelry, which they sell on their website, so as to support the ministry.

Thank you, Ms. Hoffman, for writing this beautiful, yet painful, story.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Valley of the Chaya 16 febbraio 2014
Di Anona Hamilton - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is a old story but unfortunately as current today as it was hundred years ago. I thought the author could have developed the psychological trauma effects on her characters in depth to create a more believable story. Faith based writers often spend many pages on the spiritual aspects of their story without developing a foundation of understanding the characters past and the mental environment that shapes their beliefs. Our past does frame how we respond to new experiences. If we have no framework for a new experiece, that's where the story gets interesting. The physical and psychological damage to Charlotte would have been a great deal more difficult than what we portrayed in the story.