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By Kimberly Rae
India's Street Kids - Book 3
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|Age Group||11-16 years|
“I asked for help, for mercy from the God who sets the captives free.”—Jasmina
In Seeking Mother, the third book in the India’s Street Kids Series, Jasmina joins Amrita in a dangerous plan to bring down a human trafficking ring in Kolkata. Getting a lead on the location of her parents, Jasmina enlists the help of a new friend to find them. When she finally crosses paths with Samir again, she starts to question who she can trust.
All Three Books In Series Wonderful
I gave my friend's 14 year old daughter Capturing Jasmina by Kimberly Rae, and she was so interested that she went online to discover what happened in the following two books before I could even deliver them to her. Here is an excerpt from a card she sent me today:
"Dear Mrs. T, I'd like to thank you for the series of books you have bought me! It really opened my eyes toward missionary work and the grim details of human trafficking in India. It really made an impact on me and the knowledge that even in the storms of life, we are in the arms of our Lord and Savior......T"
If I had written that short review, myself, I would not have used the word, grim, because i read the whole series first and saw how delicately the author had worded the sensitive areas. This author focused mostly on manual labor and deception, but the idea of being sold into slavery as a child or adult really is grim, and so many are lost. Everyone any age who cares about missions should read these books and see examples of how greed can twist the human heart and how fear can smother hope in a country steeped in idolatry and superstition. A seed is planted in the first book (Capturing Jasmina) with a full salvation message woven into Book 2 (Saving Samir). This author also promotes the love of old people as per the grandmother character who became very dear to me by the end of Book 3. The story has suspense and is mostly fast moving and leaves ideas in your head for days after enjoying it.