• TMac: The Myth, the Monster, the Sex Trafficker

  • Broken. Book 2
  • By: Jesse MacBeth
  • Narrated by: Tessa Markle
  • Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Take a moment and walk in the shoes of a 17-year-old Egyptian girl who was drugged, raped, and turned into a hoe. Meet a young single Black mother who lost her job and needed a way to make ends meet but ended up losing it all. Get to know a White runaway girl who started turning tricks just to eat. The one thing they all had in common was Tmac. He was a smooth monster who hid behind a charming smile.

©2022 Jesse a MacBeth (P)2022 Jesse a MacBeth

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Emotional and Intense

It has been a long time since I have read/listen to a story that has made me scream in anger yet cry for the things that were done to these women. This story is intense and delves deep down into the world of prostitution and the underbelly of lives of some women who will do anything just to survive. These women went through absolute hell but they made it while others didn't only goes to show the strength and fight from within.
Please be forewarned this book deals with rape, incest, prostitution, racism and cold blooded murder so it is definitely not for the faint hearted. The story is well written and it does speak of the truth about love/hate relationships between victims and their abusers. I highly recommend this book to anyone who can handle it and over the age of 21. This is my honest unbiased review that I am voluntarily leaving of my own volition. I received this book for free upon my request but it has no bearing on my review.

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An eye opener

This was a tough read as far the brutality of it. The world is harsh and this book is proof of it. What I can say however is this is an eye opener for those who do not know this part of life. From different upbringings. We all have a story and reasoning behind our madness and pain. Very humbling.

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Hidden world uncovered

Truly a very detailed listen on a subject a lot of us know nothing about and turn a blind eye to.

Drawn in by the narrator who did an amazing job capturing the essence of each character.

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  • Janalyn
  • 04-23-22

You’re going to need tissue with this…

Before I talk about the book, let me just say that Tessa Marco is such a great narrator. She is now rated other books and I enjoy hearing her soothing tones. In this book we hear about Jesse McBride‘s biological father from three women who“Worked “for him and from the author himself. First stop is sky, I felt so bad for her she came here from Egypt sponsored by her country thinking she was coming to be a student. My heart just broke for her until it got further in the book and then I almost had no sympathy for her. Up next is red she got pregnant by her father and wanted to support her Child/sibling and her story was heartbreaking as well and last but not least is sugar, she is the one I like the least she was racist and her father and mother were racist and yet she blamed it all on TMAC. Eventually I gained a little more respect for her but that’s not until the end. I love Jesse McBeth‘s books and all this one is the first nonfiction book about his father and all the treachery in a Bandan meant issues he has due to that and the relationships with the siblings and it’s just sad and it just made me have more respect for him as a man. My father always told me your biggest constant is what you’re known by. If you were always dependable you’ve been known to be dependable, if you’re always drunk you’ll be known as an alcoholic ET see I guess in this case TMAC who is a murderous pimp. I know these days people always ask Will what made him like that but I don’t go by that because they have people who go through the same scenario and turn out a good person. TMAC was a horrible person and this is just my opinion but he is a murderous pimp be in right women into submission. Having said that if you love to be a fly on the wall you’ll totally be interested in this book. I won’t say love it because it is brutal Into some people it may seem unbelievable, but seeing what I’ve seen in the world and knowing what I know I believe it. Not everybody grows up in a suburban house with a great mom and dad and sometimes we do either way we can all fall victim to people like TMAC.