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Books & Reviews
11 Feb 2012
Ex-polygamous wife, Victoria Prunty, reviews the book about the Darger family, Love Times Three. Vicky gives this book one star and recommends not buying the book, rather borrowing it or passing it along. This review is also posted on amazon.com. ...
29 Jan 2012
Book review by John Llewellyn || Rarely does a book come along that is so honest and powerful that it challenges the mind, changes perceptions and beliefs– and at the same time tugs at the heartstrings. INFIDEL, by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Muslim woman and refugee from Somalia, is just such a book. As a child she was forcibly “incised,” a euphemism for “female genital mutilation,” or “female circumcision.” She was raised to be an obedient Muslim wife...
29 Jan 2012
Sam Brower is to be congratulated for putting his experiences investigating the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints under the despotic prophet Warren Jeffs in a methodical, easy-to-follow pattern. I recommend that this book be read by anyone and everyone who has had any type of experience researching, investigating, or personal with the FLDS or any other offshoot Mormon polygamous cult....
26 Jan 2012
This is a book (not a review) written by John Llewellyn. "Mormon Polygamy, A Virus of the Mind" is a thesis that examines the alleged revelation received by Joseph Smith that commands Mormon men to pursue plural wives. The thesis will also examine the behavior the revelation induces. John provided all 8 chapters of his book to this web site as a free download for the public....
26 Jan 2012
This saga is truly about a young woman who grew up believing in The Principle as taught by Joseph Smith and BrighamYoung. In her childhood idealism she thought she would be the perfect uncomplaining, void of jealousy plural wife. She was so very wrong. She was taught that her very salvation came through her husband and his priesthood. When she had her tantrums and begged for that which her husband could not give, she was admonished...
26 Jan 2012
Reading this book is like traveling down a road of heart-breaking, damaged dreams: viewing from the sidelines the crushing ways adult responsibilities are forced onto children who are sure if anything goes wrong it will be their fault and they won’t make it to the Celestial kingdom. While the adults are working or meeting in the conference sessions when the prophet comes up from Utah, the children are playing dangerous, damaging sex games. “Cows and Bulls,” “King...
25 Jan 2012
I am still studying Marci Hamilton’s book God vs. the Gavel: Religion and the rule of law Marci’s main premise in her book is that legislators must exercise their powers to enact laws that are for the public good. ...
25 Jan 2012
Sally Armstrong moves her readers through a better understanding of the history of Afghanistan with advice to NATO not to pull the troops out until the Taliban are driven back into their caves and a stable government is set up with the will and the power to contain them. She explains both al Queda and the Taliban feed on fanaticism and “have hijacked their religion for political opportunism.”...