A child is told she has no future. Born into the doomsday cult that inspired Jonestown, Rebekah comes of age and flees The Farm. Rebellious and uneducated, she’s now trapped on a rollercoaster: poverty, sex work, drugs, underground gang operations, murder, con men, PTSD, billionaire dates, accomplishments, failures, and travel, but no certain path. She must escape again or die.
The Girl Who Lived To Tell: A Memoir will break your heart and mend it. Its scenes are packed with unthinkable action and soul-felt experiences at just over 80,000 words.
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Public interest regarding women’s issues shows to be extensive. Proceeding the Me Too Movement, more survivors bravely share their accounts of sexism and assault. Here we have a mid-1900s influencer the media has not analyzed but whose taped lectures on the modern woman still circulate worldwide and sponsor abuse toward them. Such damage often lasts a lifetime!
Many renounced the late prophet, William Branham, after a community scandal manifested in recent years. www.believethesign.com
Through John Collins’ personal contacts, I await interviews from The Globe and Mail, News Intervention, Toronto Star, etc. Hollywood film producer and friend, Gabriel Napora, voices his fascination as well.
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