Walk Across The Sun

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Harper Collins, Jan 17, 2012 - Fiction - 448 pages
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When a tsunami rages through their coastal home in India, sisters Ahalya and Sita are left orphaned and alone. Searching for protection in a devastated landscape, they are thrust into a seamy world of violence and underground commerce.

In Washington, D.C., attorney Thomas Clarke, facing his own personal and professional crisis, makes the fateful decision to pursue a pro bono sabbatical in Mumbai, India, with a non-profit organization that prosecutes the region’s human traffickers.

Though Clarke and the sisters are separated by half a world, their destinies are intertwined. Clarke makes it his personal mission to rescue them, setting the stage for a riveting showdown with an international network of ruthless criminals.

Spanning three continents and two cultures, A Walk Across the Sun is a suspenseful, fast-paced and moving journey through the underworld of modern slavery and into the darkest—and most resilient— corners of the human heart.


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User Review  - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing

Opening with the tsunami that struck Southeast Asia in 2004, A Walk Across the Sun by Corban Addison is about two Indian sisters who survive the waters only to discover the rest of their family did ... Read full review

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trafficking of humans.... a serious, degrading practice that I am oblivious to in my little world, and, yet, it is there. You'd think we would be civilized to no longer sell humans. Whereas the oldest ... Read full review


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Corban Addison is the international bestselling author of A Walk Across the Sun, The Garden of Burning Sand, A Harvest of Thorns, and The Tears of Dark Water, which won the inaugural Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize. His novels have been published in over 25 countries. An attorney, activist, and world traveler, he is a supporter of humanitarian and social justice causes around the world. He lives with his wife and children in Virginia.

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