At first I wasn't sure if I liked the narrator, but the story is so engrossing I kept listening. It's amazing that one woman-hating psycho could get away with destroying lives of women for so many years. If you like true crime this is one for you.
I missed Laura Merlington.
I gasped a lot at this story. Unimaginable.
It took some getting used to listening to Rebecca's voice, though I appreciate her struggle. The southern accent she performed at times was painful to listen too. But I realize narration is a talent not everyone possesses. I think the written version would be better.
When she was free of the shackles and was able to live the life God gifted her. I can't imagine women living in slavery in this day and age. It's very disturbing. A handful of self satisfying Religious Dictators using the promise of eternal salvation to manipulate so many vulnerable women. While the US Government financially supports these women and children. A government they detest. It's infuriating. Hard to believe this goes on in this country.
Very disappointed, character development was very poor, too many to keep track of. Boring, surprisingly. If I never hear the word tube alloy it will be too soon. Interesting history but not really interesting enough for a book.
The talented narrator is what makes this book so wonderful to listen too. Loved it!
It was very informative and answered all of my questions about demons and spirits. The narrator did an excellent job. I couldn't put it down.
It had a hold on me from beginning to end. It is by far her best I've read. The narration by the cast of voices was excellently cast. If you like historical fiction this book will be the one you can't put down.
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