Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape
Bookreview / October 24, 2015

Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape is a book written by Jenna Miscavige Hill and Lisa Pulitzer. Jenna Miscavige Hill is the niece of David Miscavige, the current leader of the Church of Scientology. As such she was a part of the church from an early age on, including her whole family. As long as she knew she was trained to obey and never to question the church or its leaders. But when she was 21 years old, she made a run for it and escaped. Now for the first time she talks about her time in the Church, what really happened inside and how she managed to get out. She reveals all and leaves nothing out. Being separated from her parents for a very very long time, working long hours and having your personal freedom limited to the extreme. We learn more about the rituals in the church and the things people are taught to believe. The word of founder L. Ron Hubbard is law and no one dares to say other wise. But when Hubbard died, Miscavige took over and changed things forever. Is the church still the same as it was or…

Blown For Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology
Bookreview / July 30, 2015

Blown For Good: Behind the Iron Curtain of Scientology by Marc Headley provides an interesting and never before seen look inside the world of Scientology. He spend 15 years of his life in Scientology before he left. Most of his time was spent in the secret headquarters deep in the Californian desert. It is the location where L. Ron Hubbard used to live and where current leader David Miscavige lives today. So what happens there on a day to day base. Are all he stories true? This book allows you a small peak inside this world. Over the years stories about Scientology have surfaced on the web and other places. They tell tales about armed guards, abuse and wired fences. Are people really being held against their will or not? Countless people have tried to escape, but many failed. In Scientology terms escaping is called “being blown” hence the name of the book. Headley started telling his story on line under the alias Blown For Good or BFG. After a while he decided the story had to be put on paper and he decided to write this book. The book is self written and self published and could really use…