Memoir Book Reviews

The Road of Lost Innocence: The True Story of a Cambodian Heroine

I didn’t know a thing about Somaly Mam or AEFSIP when I picked up this little memoir at the library. Human trafficking has been a well known issue in Southeast Asia that is still prevalent today despite humanitarian efforts. It is a horrible industry that continues to grow and effects even my home country, the Philippines. This memoir details Somaly’s …

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True Crime Book Reviews

The Scholl Case: The Deadly End of a Marriage

This wasn’t just a book about a murder—it was a cautionary tale about marriage. The Scholls are a textbook example of why communication and compromise are the lifeblood of relationships. When selfish people love selfishly, the core of the relationship deteriorates. The Scholl’s narrative is pieced together carefully from a plethora of accounts by acquaintances, friends, relatives, former lovers, and …

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