After the Fire
It was amazing.Moonbeam's narration adds to the general suspense the story gives. Will Hill really puts into perspective how different the lives of people in cults are. A major portion of the book focuses on Moonbeam's life in the Lord's Legion,but at the end of the day, this is a story about a victim of brainwashing, who was able to look past all the lies she had been told her entire life and see the truth behind it.At the beginning of the book, Father John's voice is always in her head, telling her not to speak to the outsiders and railing her with abuses when she does. But towards the middle of the story, his voice begins fading from her thoughts and by the end, it disappears completely. It shows how Moonbeam is finally able to forgive herself and move forward with her life. It is a story about recovery. I've never read a book quite like this one.
Posted on: 24th April 2018 at 04:36 pm
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