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Beyond Belief: My Life In and Out of Scientology and My Harrowing Escape
Beyond Belief My Life In and Out of Scientology and My Harrowing Escape
Author: Jenna Miscavige Hill
Jenna Miscavige Hill, niece of Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige, was raised as a Scientologist but left the controversial religion in 2005. In Beyond Belief, she shares her true story of life inside the upper ranks of the sect, details her experiences as a member Sea Org -- the church's highest ministry, speaks of her "disco...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780062248473
ISBN-10: 0062248472
Publication Date: 1/22/2013
Pages: 304
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3.7 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: William Morrow
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio CD
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reviewed Beyond Belief: My Life In and Out of Scientology and My Harrowing Escape on + 6 more book reviews
Slow at the beginning but after getting into it, I could hardly put it down. I learned a lot about Scientology. The author is a brave woman to write a book about this abusive religion. I can't imagine anybody wanting to stay in such a restrictive environment with little control over their own lives.
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I enjoyed this account of the childhood and adolescence of the niece of David Miscavige, the current leader of the Church of Scientology. She grows up in the church and becomes disenchanted over time as she begins to think for herself.
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I was a little bit disappointed with this book. I'd wanted to read it for so long that possibly it couldn't live up to my expectations. That said, I found a lot of the details absolutely boring and yet, I cared enough about the author to want to finish the book and I did. This way of living was so crazy and abusive, but I don't think many CS people would relate, as they haven't a clue what goes on for those living totally in the CS community. I can't imagine having to be alone as much as these kids were and how these people have gotten away with is neglect and abuse is beyond my comprehension. I honestly do recommend the book, but only if you're prepared to get past a lot of details that would bore the most boring person.


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