Books tagged: the family

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Perspectives on Post-Christendom Spiritualities: Reflections on New Religious Movements and Western Spiritualities
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Price: $10.99 USD. Words: 86,060. Language: English. Published: July 11, 2010 by Sacred Tribes Press. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Religious cults
Harold A. Netland, Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School: "The chapters that follow are especially significant for several reasons. First, the authors draw upon the best of recent scholarship in the field, and indeed among the contributors are some of the leading scholars in the study o
The End
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,700. Language: English. Published: October 15, 2010. Category: Fiction » Drama » American
For three students trapped in the M K ULTRA mind control project, it is hard to tell the difference between the beginning and the ending. Sometimes there is no difference. It could be the beginning of World War III, or it could be the end of the world.
Family Reunion
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 81,340. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2011. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Investigative reporter Stephanie Kenyon stumbles upon a homeless man with ties to one of the most horrific homicide cases in L.A.'s history, the murder of two prominent movie stars and three of their friends by a band of hippies called "The Family." As Stephanie interviews former Family members, she realizes that the story could become her greatest byline...if she survives long enough to write it.
Passing for Normal: Memoirs of a Cult Child
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 11,040. Language: English. Published: August 14, 2012. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Biography
In Passing for Normal Carl invites you into the mind of an unwitting cult member. With a series of short stories and scenes, he takes you on a journey through the early years of that child’s life, from birth to escape. The point of view ages with the boy, giving the reader a candid insight into what life was really like in the 1980s and 90s as a second-generation member of The Family International