Saved by Leigh Larkin
How I Survived a Religious Sex Cult

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This auto-biography of an American girl growing up in the sixties/seventies details a quest for truth and destiny which took her to the depths of deception and ultimately, captivity. The unexpected circumstances which brought about her rescue and restoration to health and wholeness, brings hope to those in seemingly impossible situations. She provides useful resources and encouragement to friends and loved ones who might be on the verge of giving up on someone who seems to be past " the point of no return".

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The author, Leigh Larkin, has traveled and lived in the United States, The Carribean Islands, Venezuela, The Philippines, and Japan with the "Children of God/Family of Love" cult. She has a daughter who was greatly helped during five years of working towards recovery from a pre-birth/post-birth brain injury through the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in Philadelphia. Both Leigh and her daughter continue to experience phenomenal on-going healing in multiple realms of the body, the mind, and the spirit, and live with undaunted conviction that the BEST is most definitely, YET TO COME!
Published October 23, 2012 by Leigh Larkin. 325 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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They seemed more interested in talking about what was right and wrong—not a whole lot different than my mother.” Lost and despondent, the 13-year-old Larkin happened upon a poster in the nearby college town of Knoxville, Tenn., that read, “Free Food, Free Music, Free Love.” Larkin took the ad as ...

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Just as the books and movies follow a familiar formula, so Bond himself, as Mr. Winder writes, is at his most reassuring when “like a hamster with his wheel, he performs the same narrow set of functions over and over — the scenario, the seduction, the foiling of the plot, the killing of the vil...

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