This list is going to be proof that I read basically anything I get my hands on. 🙂
The Witness Wore Red – Rebecca Musser with M. Bridget Cook
This was a memoir about the dark side of religion, in which a polygamous cult (an offshoot of fundamentalist Mormons) was broken up by the efforts of one woman. It’s upsetting that the people were so brainwashed by their all-too-human leader who believed himself to be God’s messenger. Belief in God is supposed to free you from the things of the world, not cause you to be enslaved by the things of the world (power, lust, greed).
Tampa – Alissa Nutting
The events of this book were too close to events that have happened in the news for me to say, “I’m glad it’s fiction.” The narrator, Celeste, is a female sex addict/pedophile with a penchant for 14-year-old boys. She gets…
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