The author describes emotional experiences in her book, including an incident where she was raped at the age 14 by a Scientology supervisor and threatened of dire consequences if she reported it to the police. She also describes another traumatic experience at an age of 16 for being slapped for refusing to climb into a garbage can and clean it.
Her book has a fairly easy narrative and is a fun to read. The book explains certain terminology and glossary of the technical words along with some footnotes. The book very well reveals how even educated people fall victim to mind-controlling cults.
Amy Scobee, who left the Church of Scientology in 2005, was denounced as "The Adulteress" by the church's magazine Freedom. The book, chapter after chapter reveals the organizational insanity of Scientology as expereienced by Amy.
The book received a favorable reception from reviews and media coverage as a "tell-all book" about Scientology. The book is good read that exposes scientology as a mind-control cult rather than a true religion.
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