The story was nearly hard to believe as the truth inside the organisation is so shocking. The story is told with generous detail , but not in a manner that is trying to illicit pity. The author is mighty in her strength and continual resilience.
Any suggestion that this organisation is a "church" is far from the truth. There is only one word ... Cult. How do seemingly intelligent successful people get caught up in these things?
Although no initially drawn to this book by the blurb, I could not put it down. Written and narrated beautifully the story was engaging and entertaining.
Very well written. The story moves at a slow pace but is enthralling. The narration creates part of the scene with a very believable Icelandic element and a calming voice that builds a strong sympathy with the characters emotion.
I always enjoy a Cathy Kelly novel. Reliably enjoyable and the story always finishes happily ever after.
I nearly stopped listening about 2 hours in , the Australian accent was so so bad. Something crossed between Cornish and I don't know what bla!
I would not have chosen this book from the blurb however was encouraged by the reviews and I was not disapointed. Highly recommended
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