c3 author Sherrie R Cronin kindle À ebook Í naturaltreatment

kindle c3 author Sherrie R. Cronin

c3 author Sherrie R. Cronin kindle À ebook Í naturaltreatment Ç Celebrate those who light a candle in the darkness in this compelling and eye opening taleTeddie is into country music her old pick up truck and getting through high school with as little drama as possible Yet somehow her best friend Michelle Celebrate those who light a candle in the darkness in this compelling and eye opening taleTeddie is into country music her old pick up truck and getting through high school with as little drama as possible Yet somehow her best friend Michelle talks her into spending a semester in Darjeeling India T C3 is the fourth book of its series The story is about a teenage girl from Texas She possesses some powers that are uncontrollable When a stranger offers her a chance to be than what she is the opportunity is hard to passHuman trafficking is taking place and the protagonist wishes to save her missing friends With the help of a stranger she accepts his challenge and displays her powers taking revenge on everyone who derived itI found the story to be very interesting to read The concept was great However there were moments when I was a little confused The plot was intriguing and the mystical aspects of the work were described well I sometimes had to re read certain parts to understand what exactly had happened This did not take away much from experience but it could have been avoidableAnother interesting aspect of this book was that it focused on the mental issue of human trafficking This made the sexual or physical aspect of the encounter to be lessened and suitable for all agesI recommend this book to people that care about educating girls from developing countries

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T and summon courage than she thinks she has And there will be no going backGiven the choice between this and abandoning her friends to their horrifying fate the decision is simple She must rise to the challenge But how can she make such a commitment when she doesn't understand what it is she can d Thirteen year old Zane Zeitman fumbled with the cork of the bottle of an exotic liuor he took from his parents liuor cabinet days before Zane’s best friend was Bhadra who was an only child and suspicious of siblings Bhadra sat alone in her family’s upstairs game room She’d only been able to sneak one unopened can of beer She and Zane needed to get this party going Bhadra and Zane toasted and Bhadra closed her eyes and made herself swallow As did Zane the second and third gulps weren’t so bad This whole party by phone thing was clever He had to stay home with his sister and Bhadara had to stay alone on New Year's Eve Za huddled with her four year old twins where the borders of China India and burma all met Tomorrow they were leaving with her family to a protected valley holding her first born boy and girl close to her body Then she heard the harsh war cry and knew they’d been discovered Four year old teddie Zeitman was in a light sleep with an overactive imagination Ariel was her wise eleven year old sister and her big brother was Zane Then she heard Zane throwing up She didn’t stand up because she didn’t have to She floated up without thinking about it then floated through her door and down the hall She came to Zane’s door and floated through the wood It tickled and made her giggle Then it hit her she was floating in Zane’s room while her body was back in bed Then she saw a thin green sparkly cord running from her floating self back down the hall She headed for the pretty cord and felt herself snap back in her body no floating reuired They killed the adults but took the twins with them The older brother said now they are ours Teddie’s parents treated her like an adult when she was thirteen Teddie was to get her homework done and than make dinner also Teddie was to stay at Shawn’s while her parents went on a canoeing trip for the weekend Shawna had once been a friend but there are a dozen good reasons Teddie no longer wanted anything to do with her She thought Shawna’s creepy dad was one of the reasons they grew apart Amy Levitt liked to wear froeign looking clothes and she had a passion for wanting to help her sisters who’d suffered violence Her fever was fueled by some internal sense of justice that was outraged from monsters she personally hadn’t encountered Amy had a Masters degree in Social Work At twenty six she worked for NGO dedicated to stopping human trafficking She was being sent overseas to run an office of six people three were volunteers She was going to Darjeeling india Jampa was a young monk in training and he knew meditation was important He slowed his breathing and slipped into a deep trance He had been doing it as long as long as he could remember Jumpa had little memory of living with the traveling caravan that dumped him at the monastery door He thanked them every day for their mercy He was told he was purchased at the age of six or seven at the time He had been purchased by the caravan to fetch water and do shores The caravan said he was useless because he’d go into deep trances They offered him to the monastery as a gift The monks accepted him and made him one of their own named him making him a Buddist and a citizen Of Bhutan before he was eight For five years now he had hidden his real secret behind his meditative abilities from the monks Vanida curled up on her sleeping palette and hoped she'd get to see her friend tonight She’d known him since before Pim and Noi had become her mothers and owners Pim and Noi were strict but they fed her everyday and gave her a soft place to sleep and that was than the man did her sold her to them They had hurt her between her leg Than she had to start practicing with the other girls there They got very good at it because those who didn’t do the exercises well didn’t get fed She persuaded Pim and Noi to let her practice writing with her hand and practice reading to Than she got the women to let her learn three languages english japanese and French and learn them she did with a with a speed that surprised her owners By the time she was thirteen she could read and write in Thai English Japanese and French Shawna got her parents to agree to a sleepover at the lake camo Shawna invited every girl in her eight grade class who drank smoked weed or otherwise partied they were going to be there The girl always joined Jumpa when he entered his tranceThey never spoke but they played together as long as he could remember Than he arrived once naked He snapped back to his body The last couple of times he entered a trance she wasn’t there Than his special body traveled to a clearing in the woods He saw her naked and shivering he was dressed in a light weight black robe He saw she was crying She’d never been crying or anything ever than happy before He had a black robe on his hands and put the robe around her shoulders She accepted it and pulled it tight She knew she was of him somehow like him He knew he must call her sister Amy’s organization focused on aiding former victims of human trafficking Obvious preventing human trafficking was part of their mission Amy got the reputation of the crazy American who charged in to save girls Asha’s teacher encouraged her to apply for the scholarship to the English boarding school last year and her mother had her do it Than she worked harder than she ever worked to get into the school Usha uncle goes looking for her at school but she leaves and goes into hiding Teddie Michelle and haley look into Usha’s disappearance They ask Amy to help I had mixed feelings about this book I loved how the author showed the horror of human trafficking and the mental and physical toll on the females that are forced into this How the girls are sometimes gotten kidnapped how some are trained to be soldI advise everyone to read the series in order for a smoother read But this can be read as a standalone I loved Amy and how she wanted to help these female victims of human traffickingHow cruel people can be is shown like Usha’s uncle after her father died The monsters and evil people there are in this world I also liked the paranormal aspect of this book But this drag for me at times And I also got confused at times and I didn’t enjoy that It's sad how real this problem is Education needs to be given to parents and girls especially in the target countries But I still had mixed feelings

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c3 author Sherrie R. CronHe thrilling adventure turns treacherous when a seedy underworld threatens her friendsAs she fights to understand a depravity she never dreamed existed a stranger makes her an unexpected offer He'll train her to find the missing girls but she will have to trust in abilities she barely believes exis C3 is my 3rd English written book excluding lecture books of course and my 1st book I got from Goodreads Giveaways Thank you Sherrie Since I had decided to start my extensive reading I have tried to read as many English written books as possible I was eagerly hoping this book could develop my English skill especially in reading The fact that the story of C3 set in India was another reason that made me wanted to read this book even than before Maybe it was destiny that the book was about something happened in India since I am a die hard fan and so attached to anything about India HahaAt first I was kinda confused because the main characters from the book were described to live in different places from different backgrounds I wasn’t able to connect the relationship among those characters until the moment they gathered together in Darjeeling India Since then the story of each characters started to be linked into the same issue woman trafficking Most of the main characters were female only Lhatu Olumijii and Jampa who weren’t so I concluded this is a woman oriented book The female characters were somehow special in their own ways since each of them had shown us how powerful a woman could be Teddie was a talented out of body traveler Haley was badly passionate about mountain trekking Amy dedicated her life to help the victims of woman trafficking Usha struggled to realize her parents’ dream Vanida got herself out of prostitution after many years surviving in it and Michelle survived from the worst situation of her life by kept being logic and rational no matter how fear she was Somehow that made me proud as a woman Well this book opened my eyes that woman trafficking is such an issue in India and other Asia countries Even in a such high tech and modern world that we’re live in now woman trafficking as one form of slavery does exist It is globally growing accrossed the nation borders And humans I think it’s appropriate to call them monsters who sell and buy humans are also exist To some extent they are animal than the real animals since even animals don’t sell their blood Knowing a slight fact about woman trafficking I opened the humantraffickingorg the site Sherrie mentioned in the back of the book to explore about woman trafficking in my country Indonesia As I have expected before Indonesia was one of source as well as destination of human trafficking Well no wonder about it since I have already heard and or read from the media many issues about non skilled women labor from Indonesia who worked in developed Asia countries such as Saudi Arabia Malaysia Hongkong Singapore etc often faced rape or murder cases Unfortunately according to humantraffickingorg Indonesia had Batam and Karimun island Bali and Riau island which were known to have its sex tourism That was what made Indonesia not only source but also destination of human trafficking Such an ugly truthHaving the reality that human trafficking increased year by year education definitely should come to our priorities since it is the only way to solve the problem We can see how Usha didn’t want to become a prostitute and how badly Vanida wanted to stop being prostitute as a proof of how education had changed their point of view regarding their lives Luckily at the end both of them could get what they really wanted in their lives In my opinion the government and the society should make serious efforts in promoting education for all the citizens so that we can hope there will be no Usha and Vanida who have to struggle from such conditions in the futureBeside woman trafficking out of body experiences written in the book was also something that made me courious to know about I had heard before that there were people who had telepathy ability but this out of body traveling was really new for me I didn’t believe in the telepathy gift and out of body traveling was even harder to believe But Sherrie made those gifts became a little bit look real for me Since it was something that my religion had never taught before so I just left it to the extent that it was somehow fit to the characters yet would never happened in real life at least in my life If I had free time perhaps I will read about this metaphysic thing Not only the young women trafficking issue it’s clearly shown that Sherrie also had researched thoroughly the topic of mountain trekking out of body experiences and the demography of Asia countries especially India Thailand and Bhutan The way she linked the various material related to different topics into one blended C3 story is an ability that I believe not everyone in this world has Even though the book is volume four of six in the collection I still could enjoy it without significant difficulties But I guess reading the whole collection will help the readers to understand a comprehensive story about the metaphysic abilities since the other volume of the books is about other Zeitman family members who has specific metaphysic abilities beside out of body traveling I appreciate Sherrie as she had shown us that woman trafficking issue is crucial and needs serious efforts from us regardless wherever country we are live in I also appreciate her that even she’s an American she highly concerned to this issue that happened in developing countries Again I want to thank her for giving me this wonderful book