‘A chilling account of life in the grip of a sinister madness' Daily Mail
Kristina, Celeste and Julianna were all born into the cult The Children of God to the same father, David Jones, who remains a member of the organisation. Kristina and Celeste share the same mother. The three girls were separated from each other and their mothers at an early age and lived in various missions throughout the world under the ‘care’ of various foster parents.
Both Kristina and Celeste were eventually able to escape the cult and study psychology at university. Julianna remained in the cult until well into her twenties, when falling pregnant provided the catalyst to make her escape. Julianna now works in Uganda, where she remains in contact with her remaining siblings in the cult.
Couldn't get into it. The beginning is drawn out. The writing (grammatically) isn't great either.Published 2 days ago by Amber Pomerleau
This book was hard to get into. I ended up deleting it from my Kindle without even finishing the first half of the book.Published 8 days ago by Kelcey Snowdeal
This book is sad on many levels. For me, I can't believe what folks will do and say in the name of God. Read morePublished 1 month ago by esteiger
I really enjoyed this book.So good these sisters told there story.I recommend this book highly.Published 1 month ago by Sharon Lapham
For someone who enjoys a good biography, this autobiography is incredible interesting. The book details the life and escape of sisters who were involved in Children of God cult. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jillian M.
This book was hard to read because of the realality of what went on but I had to keep reading to see what happens at the end .. But over all a good bookPublished 2 months ago by Tera
Some interesting and disturbing recollections. The content is frightening considering its currency. The narrative itself is a little flat, dulled somehow in the tellingPublished 3 months ago by Elke