Amazing what people will do in the name of religion. This story is too similiar to other stories I've read about Scientology not to be true. I have no idea why any parent would do this to their child or themselves.
I, like many others, am fascinated, horrified, and angry about the Scientology cult created by a very mentally ill psychopath. It's a shame this powerful and extremely harmful "religion" is still around destroying so many lives.
Jenna Hill should be proud of playing her role in helping to expose this garbage organization.
great all the way through but i couldnt put it down during the second half. I read Ron Miscaviges book Ruthless too. Both were great. Though this one had me choked up at times seeing the abuse sociopaths such as Dave and LRH can have on people. Encouraged to see this and other such information being demonstration of what happens when you violate social contracts.
Interested in True Crime mostly, however, I have been known to vary with other true stories (i.e. Hellhound) & an occasional fiction piece
This was interesting and informative. It is not my usual choice but it definitely kept me interested. I hope to find more books written with this style.
I had no listened to any others but I will certainly consider more of her work.
I would recommend this book to anyone that would like more information into Scientology. I had no interest but now I feel more informed.
The story is a little over-drawn at times but it certainly leaves the reader with a detailed understanding of the inner workings of this organisation- its corruption and cruelty
Not knowing anything about scientology or of the story of Jenna Miscaviage, I had no idea the depth this book would have. I'm glad I gave this well rated book a chance and am no longer ignorant about the people who believe in this so called religion. I have such a respect now for the people who manage to pull themselves out of the churches grip!