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Incess in a fairytale Batya leaves her old life behind as she is whisked away to a new world But soon she discovers that she’s entered a waking nightmare Her new “husband” does indeed bring her to America Buenos Aires a vibrant growing city in which prostitution is not only legal but deeply embedded in the culture And now Batya is one of thousands of women tricked and sold into the oldest profession in the worldAs the years pass Batya forms deep bonds with her “sisters” in the brothel as well as some men who are both kind and cruel Through it all she holds onto one. There s always something pulling me to tragic storiesBatya is a fourteen year old girl who lives with her parents in Russia during the 20th centuryDue to desperate family situations she was married off to a wealthy stranger who took her to America Buenos Aires where she is sold into prostitution This story was really painful to read mostly because it was based on a true story The story was really beautifulMy problem was the slowness of the book I almost gave up on itAll in all i recommend for history lovers

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From the author of Jerusalem Maiden comes a remarkable story inspired by little known true events about the thousands of young Jewish women who were trafficked into prostitution at the turn The Third PDFEPUB or of the th century and whose subjugation helped build Buenos AiresThe turn of the th century finds fourteen year old Batya in the Russian countryside fleeing   with her family endless pogroms Desperate her father leaps at the opportunity to marry Batya to a worldly wealthy stranger who can guarantee his daughter an easy life and passage to America Feeling like a pr. Since I don t read much nonfiction one of the things that draws me to historical fiction is that I can learn about events of the past that I would never have known about In the author s note at the beginning she says This novel is inspired by real events a buried shameful chapter in history that has been rarely explored in English language fiction It is the tragic story of over 150000 women who in the late nineteenth and twentieth century were deceived and lured from Eastern Europe into prostitution in South America The story of these women is depicted with the focus on the fictional character Batya who is lured into sex slavery in Buenos Aires Her story and those of the other young Jewish girls she comes to know as sisters is heartbreaking and gut wrenching Talia Carner paints this vivid and lurid picture of the lives these young girls are subjected to Some of the scenes are difficult to readIt s 1889 Russia and Batya and her family are in the middle of a pogram forcing them from there home with meager belongings their Jewish faith and each other At 14 she is sent away by her family with a man they believed was honorable who would marry her when she turned 16 and help the family find a way to America They could not have been mistaken She s sent to America South America and this begins the depiction of a horrific piece of Jewish history that I was not aware of It takes the young and naive Batya a while to realize what has happened to her and that the man is not going to do what he promised her parents She does what she has to do to survive saving the small amount of money they give her and jewelry from the men who freuent the brothel in hopes of saving enough to send for her family The women are not allowed in the synagogue or even in the Jewish cemetery and are called dirty and shunned by the wives of the women whose Jewish husbands freuent the brothels But as time goes on she finds that it is near impossible to escape this fate until she meets a man who wants her to help expose the vile men who are holding these women as sex slaves as hostages Batya becomes strong and is determined in her mission to save her family This was worthwhile to read providing a wonderful character a captivating story and a piece of history I knew nothing about Kudos to Talia Carner for telling the story of these women who were horribly victimized I received an advanced copy of this book from William MorrowHarperCollins through Edelweiss

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Dream to bring her family to America where they will be safe from the anti Semitism that plagues Russia Just as Batya is becoming a known tango dancer  she gets an unexpected but dangerous opportunity to help bring down the criminal network that has enslaved so many young women and has been instrumental in developing Buenos Aires into   a major metropolisA powerful story of finding courage in the face of danger and hope in the face of despair The Third Daughter brings to life a dark period of Jewish history and gives a voice to victims whose truth deserves to finally be tol. The Third Daughter is a book all historical fiction fans must read It s the story of a young Jewish girl at the turn of the century who at 14 leaves her impoverished family with a fast talking man who swears to her father that he ll marry her when she turns 16 Her father desperate for his daughter Batya to have a better life allows this man to take her to Buenos Aires to live and be his high society wife Although this fast talking man is no friend or future husband to Batya he s a trafficker taking young women out of Russia to a life of prostitution and degradation Once in Buenos Aires Batya realizes he s lied to her and there is no fancy mansion or life of high society only the beatings starvation and captivity of prostitution With no way to escape and the fear of what would happen if she were to escape with no where to go she begins accepting her new life and she becomes strong independent and angry With no way out and no money she has no choice but to accept her fate and do what she can to live long enough to hopefully be reunited with her father and sisters in Russia The sisters in the house become her only friends and she begins to learn how to play the game and survive Then one day a stranger walks into the house and chooses Batya to spend time with he s not like all the other men she realizes and he wants to help her but she s got to break the rules and even steal from her pimp to receive this help Can she do this Is this stranger just another customer or is he different and really wants to help Can she trust someone after years of not being able to trust anyone in her life This is a period in history I d never heard about Thousands and thousands of young female Russian Jews are being trafficked for their use in the sex trade of South America These girls are scared lonely and stuck they have no way to escape their lives of shame once kidnapped The suicide rate among them is high I found the author did an excellent job of describing the conditions and hardships these women lived through The book does have some graphic rape and abuse scenes so if you re triggered by such content this may not be the book for you I feel the author had to be so graphic in order to convey to the reader just how bad these girls had it once kidnapped The story is unbelievable but based on true facts it s heartbreaking but also a story of survival and strength and it s beautifully written I ve never read anything by Talia Carner but after reading this one I ll definitely search out others by her She definitely did her research and I feel she s taken a horrible time in history and written a raw emotional and moving book I couldn t put the book down and ended up finishing it in less than a day As disturbing as the story is at times I feel it s an important story to share This book will definitely stay with me for a while this is a part of history we all need to know about as trafficking is still prevalent in today s world and only with stories like this will we be able to understand the extent of the problem that s been going on for hundreds of years I highly recommend this oneit will break your heart yet show the resilience of these young women in a time when society forgot about them Happy Reading

10 thoughts on “The Third Daughter

  1. says:

    Since I don’t read much nonfiction one of the things that draws me to historical fiction is that I can learn a

  2. says:

    I’m always a sucker for historical fiction especially when discovering events I was totally unaware ofIn the late 1800’s Jews were exiled from Russia Salvation for many was thought to be in South America However many young girls and women were forced into prostitution in Buenos Aires Argentina as a means of survivalThis is one girl’s story Batya and although a work fiction it echos some horrific truths425⭐️

  3. says:

    Talia Carner has written a raw heartbreaking disturbing and important story One of the things I like most about historical fiction is it is an engaging and entertaining way to learn about our past This book spotli

  4. says:

    This historical fiction is based on a near century long practice of a legalized union of pimps in Buenos Aires luring and kidnapping hundreds of thousands of struggling and starving girls and women from Eastern Europe under

  5. says:

    There's always something pulling me to tragic storiesBatya is a fourteen year old girl who lives with her parents in Russia during the 20th centuryDue to desperate family situations she was married off to a wealthy stranger who took

  6. says:

    I learned something I knew nothing about in reading this novel Set first in Russia in 1889 the story tells of the young Jewish women who were taken under very false promises from their families in Russia and then forced into the sex slaveprostitute role in brothels in South America in this book Buenos Aires Batya is only 14 years old when the seemingly wealthy Moskowitz approached her father about wanting to marry Batya

  7. says:

    The Third Daughter is a book all historical fiction fans must read It's the story of a young Jewish girl at the turn of the century who at 14 leaves her impoverished family with a fast talking man who swears to h

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    A note to book clubsI am sure that you'll have a lively thought provoking discussion I'd like to join you via Sky

  9. says:

    Naive is a word that has never been used to describe me but this book shocked me I thought it was going to be another historical fiction about hard times in Europe but was blown away by the horrors the degradation corruption enslavement of young Jewish girls that actually took place I never heard about this part of Jewis

  10. says:

    I bought this book for my sister the third daughter I felt badly listening to it because the third daughter had such a rough life and

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