Friday, March 2, 2012

Little Girls: A Short Story Novella by Elton Loud

Little Girls is a compilation of short stories that all share a common denominator - the sex trade.  The characters in the storys connect in some fashion with another story, which really brings everything full circle.

From the ravaged grieving prostitutue turned lawyer Cherise to the young Shanise, a victim of the sex trade and an evil pimp called KT, the gritty and raw writing will hold you in it's grip.  From the elderly man who uses his Bible as his crutch while surfing for porn and meeting the girls in real life  to the family in Oakland, Little Girls takes off the blinders and is vivid in it's message.  Loud brings his characters to life with impeccable writing and the stories will stay with you long after you've finished.  I'd love to read more from this talented author - a highly recommended read!

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