Travelling Light

J.L. Morin


Travelling Light

Travelling Light

  • Title: Travelling Light
  • Author: J.L. Morin
  • ISBN: 9780983321699
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback



A novel on human trafficking by the author of the award winning novel SAZZAE, whose work was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2011 TRAVELLING LIGHT presents slavery in the form of a thrilling suspense by welcoming readers to Styxos, the newest EU accession candidate, head over heels in modernization as investment pours in Travelling light to this remote island paradiA novel on human trafficking by the author of the award winning novel SAZZAE, whose work was nominated for the Pushcart Prize in 2011 TRAVELLING LIGHT presents slavery in the form of a thrilling suspense by welcoming readers to Styxos, the newest EU accession candidate, head over heels in modernization as investment pours in Travelling light to this remote island paradise , Mac finds herself trapped on the lowest level of society with only the ghost of a call girl in her entourage She befriends Farouk, a French businessman derailed from his ensuing marriage when he is implicated in the murder of a call girl at a highbrow investors gala.Will Mac become one of the 27 million modern day slaves see UN web site who fall victim to human trafficking rings Can Farouk escape a journey into instinct and extend the benefits of civilization to this newest EU accession state Watch Mac in the company of this charming connoisseur with to lose than an infrastructure bid.


Recent Comments "Travelling Light"

"Wire stories have a life of their own as journalists from all over add pieces to them for as long as the item is newsworthy…Grushenka was travelling light over the IPA wire."Mackenzie moves with her family to the seemingly idyllic Greek isle called Styxos, the native land of her husband, Charon. The trouble begins with the discovery of the body of a Russian prostitute who is found face down in the pool at a high-end party. Her name is Grushenka, and she turns out to only be a miniscule part i [...]

This book was a voyage of discovery for me, and the place I visited was a realm of mature female sexuality that previously I'd only observed from the outside. Practically all of the contemporary fiction I've read has been from either a male or an omniscient point of view. J. L. Morin's first-person narrator, Mackenzie, is a fully seen American woman of what to me -- whose connoisseurship dates from the middle of the last century -- is a post-modern generation of worldly-competent janes-of-all-tr [...]

"A more shrewd editor could possibly salvage Travelling Light; cutting characters, chunks of boggy dialogue, and pointless subplots could allow the bigger issues discussed to shine." (Excerpt from full review of Travelling Light at For Books' Sake)

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