Mountain Wolf (2020)

Mountain Wolf Rosanne Hawke Mountain Wolf Radaq is a young man who loves his life in the mountains He works hard to support his family and although only he is looking forward to marriage to the girl his parents have chosen This is the way
  • Title: Mountain Wolf
  • Author: Rosanne Hawke
  • ISBN: 9780732293871
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
Mountain Wolf Rosanne Hawke Radaq is a young man who loves his life in the mountains He works hard to support his family and although only 15, he is looking forward to marriage to the girl his parents have chosen This is the way life should be Then the mountain is shaken by an earthquake and his whole family is killed Alone and in shock, he is easy prey for a man who claims he will provide him frRadaq is a young man who loves his life in the mountains He works hard to support his family and although only 15, he is looking forward to marriage to the girl his parents have chosen This is the way life should be Then the mountain is shaken by an earthquake and his whole family is killed Alone and in shock, he is easy prey for a man who claims he will provide him free transport to the city to find his uncle The transport is free all right, but instead of his uncle, a life of slavery is ahead First he is sold to a man running a tea shop, but very quickly his good looks catch the eye of another adult and he is sold on and trained in the art of massage, and whatever.
Mountain Wolf Rosanne Hawke

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  1. Michelle

    This book is such a gruelling read The fact that there is still human slavery breaks my heart and my heart was smashed while reading this story My shoulders were constantly tense and I had a lump in my throat most of the time, while reading this is not a story for the faint hearted but a story that needs to be read Human trafficking, child slavery and sex slavery happens in our world yes this story is fiction but it is based on reality Yes Read this book.

  2. Ernie

    Set in contemporary Pakistan, in the mountainous tribal regions, Hawke tells a gripping story of how fourteen year old Razaq, who looks young for his age, is the only survivor in his family of an earthquake However, his beauty betrays him into the evil child abduction traffic when his wish to search for his uncle in the city is exploited by unscrupulous men and women who gain his naive trust It is only when he is locked in a small room by the madam of a brothel that he begins to understand what [...]

  3. Anne Hamilton

    A confronting novel about child slavery, set in Pakistan Razaq s family is killed in an earthquake Green eyed, fair skinned and small for his age, he is lured out of the mountains into the city of Rawalpindi His looks make him a valuable commodity as he gains the wrong sort of attention while looking for his uncle.

  4. Penny Reeve

    Rosanne Hawke does an incredible job at tackling the painful subject of human trafficking in this novel for readers 16yrs up The story of a 14 year old boy trafficked into the sex industry, Mountain Wolf is sensitively written At times heart wrenching, the book highlights the strength, and yet potential fragility, of the human spirit.

  5. Estelle

    This book portrayed the horrific tale of a boy sold into slavery in modern day Pakistan What horrified me is that Rosanne Hawke based this on things that really happen to children This book is definitely an eye opener and I would recommend reading it as it make you realise that we definitely do not live in a perfect world.

  6. Tina

    All wraps up a bit neatly in places, but still a moving and interesting look into the child sex trade in Pakistan Hawke is great at evoking the sights and sounds of this part of the world and at bringing the realities and harshness of lives here to the readers attention.Oh, and it has a quote from my Magpies review on the back

  7. Denyse Taylor

    It was a difficult book not to read but to see what can happen so easily to vulnerable children What they had to endure as child slaves was absolutely terrible and how manipulative some adults were Certainly a story that needs to be told.

  8. MelbourneSharonB

    Set in Pakistan, fourteen year old Razaq is off collecting water for his mother when an earthquake occurs The consequences are dire for Razaq and his family Story winds around exploitation, child slavery A really grim story that does have a happy ending, almost.

  9. Chantal

    VERY confronting, bleak, deals with adult issues of child slavery, prostitution and worse.Definitely recommend for senior secondary only Many issues similar to Kite Runner.

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