( ) Oh. My. God. I had heard general rumors that scientology was a twisted religion, but I had no idea to what extent.
This is a memoir of a woman who spent her entire girlhood in the atmosphere of a tyrannical religion. I don’t think I’ve ever read about such deep measures of brain washing and abuse before. I was really intrigued by how complicated the church is yet so unorganized and subjective. If I hadn’t already known this religion existed, I would have guessed that this was fiction.
I’m so glad the author finally got out, but it’s also very saddening to know that so many people subject themselves and their families to this corrupt institution. I learned so much from this book.