“Nothing drives home a truth like humor can
and this book had plenty of it.”
✭✭✭✭✭ Good, coherent read. Prompted by other positive reviews, I tried a sample and then had to buy the whole thing. The content was interesting, the perspective was honest, and the flow was smooth.
✭✭✭✭✭ Really enjoyed this book. I got this book on my Kindle before leaving for vacation. Read it straight through. I know it takes a lot of courage to talk about these things and to bring the “darker” things to light. Nothing drives home a truth like humor can and this book had plenty of it. I also love how she shares her journey into it and how she believed what the church was teaching. It made it more personal but allowed you to like the person in the cult. Easier to see her as person who went through this and not just “one of those cultists.” Of course then following up with her leaving the church and how that had its own challenges. Great book, would recommend to friends.
✭✭✭✭☆ This was a far out Mormon group and illustrates on how indoctrination can close out rational thinking. A price is paid to leave such a religious group.