Read Girl A Online Free - The shocking true story of how a young girl from Rochdale came to be Girl A—the key witness in the trial of Britain’s most notorious child sex ring
What do they find attractive about me? An underage girl who just lies there, sobbing, looking up at them. . . as they come to me one by one.
Girl A was just 14 when she was groomed by a group of nine Asian men. After being lured into their circle with free gifts, she was plied with alcohol and systematically abused. She was just one of up to 50 girls to be "passed around" by the gang. The girls were all under 16 and forced to have sex with as many as 20 men in one night. When details emerged, a nation was outraged and asked how these sickening events came to pass. And now, the girl at the very center of the storm reveals the heartbreaking truth.
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May 25, 2017
What a totally harrowing read. Shame on police and social services, totally gripping
February 22, 2017
Very Hard To Read But Had A Great Outcome. I Read Books Like This Because They're There To Teach Lessons & Hopefully Incidents Such As This Won't Happen Again
April 03, 2016
A deeply disturbing, heartbreaking and enraging real life account. This is an extremely harrowing read It is just so difficult to come to grips with what is happening to children in Britain in this day and age. The fact is that Pakistani gangs are grooming, forcing into sexual slavery , gang rapi...
July 23, 2016
I don't read many 'true story'-books or biographies, but I picked up this one in the airport despite that.
It is a truly shocking account of from a girl who went trough unthinkable abuse by a peadophile ring in northern England. I can barely wrap my head around a lot of the things in this book, b...
February 10, 2014
This in a word is harrowing. A world so close to where I actually live, but unseen by most people.
Girl A who had a normal happy childhood until her parents relocated back to a housing estate in Heywood. Alone at a new high school and wanting to fit in in a world she didn't recognise she was swept...
August 02, 2015
flip a lot of pages because this are a horror to a girl to read. disgusting are the words that come to my mind every time I read this. a great story to be kept as a reminder that this world have very bad guy
July 29, 2016
This was a really compelling read which gives a full account of a young girl who was groomed into human trafficking. Parts of the book are really heartbreaking and gruesome but it opens up yours eyes to the world of organised crime and how it can be going on in our cities right under our noses.
June 05, 2017
I felt so much anger after watching the TV drama that I felt I needed to read the book. It didn't help, I felt even more anger and disgust at the police services. And those that were supposed to protect the girls. This isn't for the faint of heart at all and I don't recommend it at all if you ov...
June 10, 2015
Would have liked to know what 'Girl A' was doing post trial. Throughout the book she discussed her GCSE results and results at college with the hope of going to uni. I hope she can go into Higher Education and move on with her life once and for all.
Gripping book, finished it in 3 days. Whilst re...
August 21, 2015
Wow! That's been the fasted book I've read in a long time! Not my usual genre but felt I should read it because of the proximity in which I live and work to where this happened.
I'm glad I heard 'Hannah's' side of the story. Find the whole thing and the attitudes of the abusers and some of the pro...