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Scientology Exposed: The Truth About the World's Most Controversial Religion - An Unbiased Look at Scientology by [Klein, L.A.]
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About the Author

L. A. Klein is an accomplished writer and musician who is known for keeping a positive attitude and willingness to look for the best in people. Klein is passionate about natural health, encouraging others to find happiness, and cultivating meaningful relationships with others.

L.A. Enjoys sharing these topics with the public through the sale of Kindle books. L.A. Klein hopes that by encouraging others to have a more fulfilled life that they may experience unbridled happiness

L.A. Klein also enjoys walking, experiencing nature, beautiful flowers, museums, festivals, parks and gardens. This is made even more possible by living in the expansive countryside of Michigan, where hiking and enjoying the outdoors is possible. Loves playing the guitar and learning more about computers.

Of course, the day wouldn't be complete without sidekick Mitts, a frisky young cat who explores the house and gets into trouble. He's adept at playing tag, can't get enough of pipe cleaners, and is loving.

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  • File Size: 185 KB
  • Print Length: 76 pages
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  • Publication Date: July 20, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008NQUUNK
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I grabbed this because of the recent flood of press concerning Scientology. Every time I've read anything, it's either extremely favorable or extremely unfavorable. Can we get a fact check? I read in the free preview that the author was going to present facts and let the reader decide for themselves, which is what got me to buy. The author does stick to what is established, with no hype.

The book begins by going over the history of Scientology, including the previous definition of the word 'scientology.' It covers L. Ron Hubbard and his work with Dianetics, his starting the religion, and even how it was classified, unclassified, then reclassified by the US government as a religion. It also discusses the current issues and problems inside Scientology and the celebrities that are so involved with it.

Overall, my opinion did not change from reading this. I did feel and still do feel that Scientology is not a religion but a cult. What I did get out of this book was a more informed opinion as I am now more educated. Thank you!
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I have to admit, Tom Cruise got me interested in this whole Scientology brouhaha. Here was one of the most sought-after men in Hollywood in terms of box-office magic and a hottie for any woman on the planet, getting women auditioned to be his wife. I just could not take it in.
The fact that Katie Holmes was not as keen on the religion as her husband made my thirst even stronger. What type of religion brainwashes grown men, powerful personalities and makes them fodder in the hands of demagogues?
I searched online and Mr Klein's book popped up. I must admit it is a straight up brass-tacks read. No fluff. No baloney. No hype. This is a very serious topic and the author does his best at presenting it as such, without melodrama or artificial flavoring. Klein gives a good account about the historical entry of Scientology,the beliefs, controversies, celebrities involved and the brave hearts of the Internet who have exposed their doctrine secrets.
After this book, I have to take my opinion that Scientology is a harmless religion back. Scientology is devious cult and a subtle but very dangerous one at that.
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This is an eye-opening, riveting account of well-researched information about the hidden secrets of Scientology that most people are not aware of. Some of the information is quite chilling and at times it was difficult for me to digest. It exposes everything about Scientology, including providing accounts of previous members, the policies & procedures and the role celebrities play in this cult The author, L.A. Klein, has done a top-notch job of presenting this information in a non-biased manor and lets the facts speak for themselves.

Before I read this book I generally knew that the Scientology belief system was a bit off, but I have found it is so much more than that, it's really scary. This book is a revelation, and it lays out the sinister, devious nature of this cult in which some people had great difficulty making it out alive. I gave this book a solid five stars and highly recommend it.
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I have a group of friends and we mercilessly debate a wide range of topics, and of course Scientology comes up on semi-regular basis. Having a debate without having any facts is a recipe for disaster. Enter this book. The author has done a fantastic job of presenting factual information about Scientology to let the readers form their own opinions. This is a very fascinating read. I was pleased that it is written in a way that is clear and very easy to follow. Armed with this information, I plan on winning our next friendly debate!
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By M. Karl on August 1, 2012
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I really like to follow celebrities, and this book was a great way to get an inside look at the religion of scientology famous for its celeb followers. Not knowing any of the facts on scientology I liked that the book explained the religion and the controversy surrounding it. It was a very different view from the one provided by the entertainment news. A great way to learn about the history and the beliefs of scientology. The author was very good at providing a unbiased view on scientology which was nice since I expected the book the be propaganda.
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I'm hesitant to give this book its three star rating, for a few reasons. First of all, for its length, I wouldn't jump to describing it as a book. Secondly, the first chapter, although informational, restates too much, and does not add anything new to the knowledge of Scientology South Park and the media has given me. But starting at chapter 2 and moving onward I found the book fascinating. The explanation of Xanu, although it wasn't in depth, was truly interesting. As were the descriptions of the deaths surrounding Scientology, and their battles with Anonymous and being titled a "religion".
I found the text to be surprisingly unbiased, and more fact based than anything else. A definite read for those interested in faith, religion, or some of the secrets behind one of the most secretive religions in history.
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I had hoped this book would give me an in-depth look at Scientology. Instead, it was a "once over lightly" of Scientology's beliefs and teachings. The history of this group (I dare not call it a church) is thorough. The author spends a fair amount of text on celebrities. He seems to share Scientology's fascination with them. One of the major problems with this book, which I assume was self-published, is that it was never proofread. The author is in desperate need of a skilled editor. Hunter never met a comma he liked, words are run together with the space apparently forgotten, misspellings are common. He seems in love with the expression: "That being said", which appears frequently. Some "sentences" are not--lacking even an understood predicate. The title of the book even contains an error: "Unbias", a non-word, should be "Unbiased".

This book may be good as a starting point, however. If you are interested in truly understanding Scientology and the issues surrounding it, I would recommend further research. You are not going to find depth here. If poor grammar and editing bother you, it is best avoided.
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