Located in an undisclosed location, somewhere in the southwestern desert, is an old, run down warehouse. This warehouse is not your typical industrial building but is the central hub for an international human trafficking ring. Known as "The Hole", prostitutes and sex-slaves, including children, are brought to this location for various purposes. Some come for their indoctrination to their new life, others to be disciplined or sold, however, all leave broken. Managed only by one man, a dark ominous monster known as "The Guard", The Hole's temporary tenants are subjected to his tactics of intimidation, violence, rape, and forced drug addiction.
Where does The Hole: Everyone Breaks rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Very much so. The back stories of the characters keep you engaging with their problems.
What about Miranda Crandall’s performance did you like?
She did very well.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When one of the girls sacrificed themselves for the other.
Any additional comments?
H.E. Joyce is a fantastic writer. This book was recently made into a movie. Supposed to be released in late 2016.