Her story was shocking and almost unbelievable.
I feel her voice matched Jenna
I want to know more about this group of bullies and why they were so mesmerized with LRH
How on earth Scientology can be a religion is literally Beyond Belief. This is basically a prison for children. I'm so glad Jenna was able to escape this cult and live a normal life!
I listened to this after listening to Leah Remini's troublemaker. This is an even more in depth story of the cult culture of Scientology. The story of what Jenna Hill endured as a child is sad but her courage and insight is inspirational. I really enjoyed listening to this book. The reader is also good & makes listening easy & enjoyable. I would definitely recommend.
This book was so eye opening. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the authors account of her life in Scientology. The reading was amazing and it really drew me in!
I liked that the story wasn't written through the lens of emotional outbursts (although the author has every reason to feel emotionally unhinged after her life's experiences). It was so believable because it was so evenly laid out. Both the good, and the bad were discussed and explained.
Great work! Great read! Great listen! I listened to all 36 hours in two days time!
Liked everything about this book but the occasional vulgar language. Scientology is a scary organization.
As a previous reviewer mentioned, Jenna's experience is somewhat unique given her position in the church. However, her account of the abuses she endured--from the time she was a little child--is incredibly valuable. She exposes the corruption of the church and it's constant search for money and control at the expense of individuals and families. The narration is excellent. I highly recommend this to anyone looking to understand the draw of scientology and how the church works, including the famed celebrity centre. Jenna seems like an incredibly brave person who had her childhood and adolescence stolen from her.