Sarah became a fugitive and Freegard became the only person she trusted. So when, 10 years later, the police arrived, she could not believe what they were telling her: Freegard was not an MI5 agent, he was a conman, and she was one of many victims...
©2007 Kate Snell; (P)2007 W F Howes Ltd
Not what I expected but interesting and inspiring. Informative in respect of brainwashing and psychological tools to 'control' people without being too heavy or academic. A bit more of Sarah's actual story would have been good, that part was a bit impersonal - as if it was happening to someone else and not her.
College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
A tale of group brainwashing by a two-bit mad genius.
"I couldn't turn it off"
The story is amazing, appalling what one person can do to oppress others. I had to keep listening to the end to know what happened. A lesson for all of us
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