Probably not. It did not live up to my expectations.
No, I do not think it was typical for this genre.
Somewhat, although things were not always clear.
No, would not want to read a follow-up.
This book was more erotic than mysterious. I think the author spent too much time describing sexual situations in great detail rather than providing mystery or suspense. Not exactly what I expected this book would be.
The truth behind Scientology finally revealed.
When she finally decided to leave the "church".
Many memorable moments that were shocking in the way that people, especially children were treated and the way they had no regard for families.
I couldn't imagine being subjected to the brutal hours of ridiculous questioning that people had to endure.
Interesting how people can become so brainwashed in this and other cults and how one crazy person can influence so many people.
It jumped around too much in time and I could not make any cohesive sense of it.
Probably not, I did not enjoy her style.
I found I was mixing up the characters all the time, the story was hard to follow
I could only get about halfway through this story, it was too hard to follow. I got bored with trying to make sense of it all and the tedium of the main character's OCD rituals.
The story was fascinating from beginning to end, with so many twists and turns. The characters were great and I was never sure if there was a bad guy or a good guy.
Definitely the ending was stunning.
I am not sure, I have listened to so many different narrators.
If you love a good mystery thriller, then this is definitely a must read.
I loved this book! Craig's sense of humor shines through, even in his darkest hours, and it's even more enjoyable to listen to with his lilting Scottish brogue. He never let his struggles get him down and his love for America is evident. It makes me proud to be an American. I hope someday he takes the top spot in late night TV, he's better than all the rest.
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