The book I'm reading right now is simply called "Beast" and is a danish crime novel where five men have been brutally killed. The twist is they were all pedophiles, and a lot of people in the book don't want the killer(s) to be caught. It's a great book, and a bit unusual from the crime stuff I normally read. But it got me thinking about a story I've considered writing for years. The story is about two young girls. They might be sisters, or friends. Maybe they don't even know each other at the beginning, I'm not sure. But they are both around five years old and share the same fate: When they are playing in the street, a car pulls up close to them and a guy offers them candy if they get in the car with him. They both try to say they aren't allowed to take candy from strangers like that, but they get in the car anyway after he reassures them he's talked to their parents first and is a nice guy. Next thing they know, they "feel very sleepy" and falls asleep. When they wake up, they don't know where they are. The place is strange. The people are strange. No one tells them anything. You get the idea. And then "the bad men" shows up and starts to do stuff to them... You get the idea. It's all about child trafficing and child prostitution, but with two young girls as the main characters. I'll try to write it the way they would see it and steer away from the worst descriptions and scenes, but it will still be a brutal book that'll be hard to read and write. But even so, would you read it? I've talked to several people about it over the years and have gotten mixed feelings. Some say I should go ahead and write it. Others warn me that "no one would buy i.t" (her exact words.) I'm honestly not sure. Any thoughts?