Daddy’s Curse 3: The Birth of A Monster (True stories of child slavery survivors)

December 4, 2018

 

Another classic from the bestselling author of the Daddy’s Curse Series.

Seeds of Malevolence

Bat Erdene was the only child of rich oriental parents. Growing up, he had everything a kid should want, except the most important thing—parental affection. From the outside, Bat had a perfect childhood, but it was another story altogether when the doors were closed. Growing up in an environment where his mother was abused regularly by his father without respite, will damage Bat’s psyche tremendously, and will lead to him committing offenses that slowly increased in gravity until it culminated in the ultimate crime. Patricide.

Vicious Cycle

Much older now and in ownership of his father’s estate with the help of his mentor Ming, as well as being married with a daughter, Bat seems to be in perfect control of his life—except for his perverted attraction to little boys. A dirty secret that he had no intention of stopping.

Last Straw

Convinced he would never be able to escape the vicious cycle of abuse, he decides to send his daughter away and fully gives in to the life of a criminal and masterminds a vast network of child-trafficking. He comes into contact with Od, Altantsetseg and Chinua, taking a liking to Od and his friends and abusing them every chance he got.

Profoundly poignant and deeply moving, Luke G. Dahl weaves another heart-rending tale about negligence, abuse, tragedy, blackmail and finally, hope.

 

REVIEW

 

A profoundly emotional and deeply moving read.

***Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews

This is my fourth time reading this author. Some of his previous works were distressing but poignant accounts of organized crime and human trafficking. This is another profoundly emotional and deeply moving read. It’s a heart-rending tale about negligence, abuse, tragedy, blackmail and finally, hope. From the outset, it must be stated that it contains strong language, explicit violence and scenes of a sexual nature.

It’s worth stating here again what I had previously said about this authors’ last book: Human trafficking is thought to be one of the fastest-growing activities of trans-national criminal organizations. It is condemned as a violation of human rights by international agreements. ‘Human trafficking is a crime of such magnitude and atrocity that it cannot be dealt with successfully by any government alone. This global problem requires a global, multi-stakeholder strategy that builds on national efforts throughout the world.’

The book description speaks for itself: ‘Bat Erdene was the only child of rich oriental parents. Growing up, he had everything a kid should want, except the most important thing—parental affection. From the outside, Bat had a perfect childhood, but it was another story altogether when the doors were closed. Growing up in an environment where his mother was abused regularly by his father without respite, will damage Bat’s psyche tremendously, and will lead to him committing offenses that slowly increased in gravity until it culminated in the ultimate crime. Patricide.

Much older now and in ownership of his father’s estate with the help of his mentor Ming, as well as being married with a daughter, Bat seems to be in perfect control of his life—except for his perverted attraction to little boys. A dirty secret that he had no intention of stopping.

Convinced he would never be able to escape the vicious cycle of abuse, he decides to send his daughter away and fully gives in to the life of a criminal and masterminds a vast network of child-trafficking. He comes into contact with Od, Altantsetseg and Chinua, taking a liking to Od and his friends and abusing them every chance he got.’

Luke. G. Dahl writes a significant but disturbing story – based on true events – of sexual abuse, human trafficking and organized crime. It’s an emotional story that will take you on a journey to the dark side of human nature. The author must be commended for highlighting this truly appalling crime. It’s another thought-provoking, well researched book by bestselling author Luke G Dahl that deserves more than five stars. A highly recommended read.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Luke Dahl was born in Sri Lanka but grew up in Stockholm after being adopted by his Swedish parents. Following high school, he went on to study at University in Brisbane, Australia, where he achieved a degree in Business/Travel and Tourism.

Today, he is back living in Stockholm, where he works for SpaceVR as Strategy & Corporate accountant. Luke has always had a love of writing and for poetry in particular, winning a competition a couple of years. Now he spends a lot of his free time writing scripts, perfecting his art.

When he has time to relax, he enjoys going out with friends and seeing his family. He also loves to travel whenever possible and is involved in charity work through his family, constantly reminded by the Dalai Lama quote – ‘Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.’

In the future it is Luke’s burning ambition to trek to Mount Everest’s base camp and perhaps even attempt to climb the mountain itself one day.

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