See if you can guess who read the book before writing an iTunes review
First there’s this one, from EMcRory:
I bought this book while at Heathrow airport on my way back to Vancouver BC. I read the entire book on the flight, which required me to stay up all night to do so. That gives you an idea of how fun this was to read. I think I found it interesting because I went to a dental school where 30 percent of the students were Mormon. I had heard rumors about things Mormons believe but didn't really believe them at the time. This book confirmed my suspicions! You can't believe the craziness until you are a Mormon yourself or until you read this book. Totally fascinating! I was also thrilled that the author came out a better person in the end. Good for her for following her instincts!
This book is not about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints nor its members who have not practiced polygamy in about 150 years and who have distanced themselves from splinter groups that try to practice polygamy. The difference between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and these polygamous splinter groups is like night and day despite what the bigoted prejudices of some people would fool you into believing.
We welcome all reviews, even negative ones, but we prefer them from people who first trouble to read the book. Ironically, where bigotry and prejudice are manifest is in attacking that which one knows nothing about.
** We might add that to claim that the difference between the mainstream church and polygamous splinter groups “... is like night and day” betrays a lack of knowledge about the mainstream church. Apparently ours isn’t the only book Tanner77 hasn’t read.