Cult

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The world had never heard of Thompson Village, Arizona. Its walls were high, its secrets were well-kept, and its elite worked tirelessly to keep the tiny community hidden from prying eyes. Its 159 families knew nothing of electricity, medicine, or democracy. They knew only what they had been told: that their ruthless Elders had been ordained by God to keep them safe. And they believed it. More
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About Michelle D. Hand

Michelle D. Hand is an author and blogger from Phoenix, Arizona. She published her debut novel Cult in 2013 and currently blogs over at erikchellesadventures.wordpress.com. She is a full-time traveler and missionary along with her husband Erik (a Christian rapper) and her Pomeranian Cordi. You can find out more at http://www.teamkingmc.com/#!about/c161y.

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Review by: vikhono on May 19, 2014 :
The story was illustrated in a very captivating and interesting way, our imagination going along with it. Good read.
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Review by: Ann Drewe on Jan. 19, 2014 :
This is definitely one of my favorite books. I was so captivated that I read it in two days. I agree with the other reviewers that the story is not predictable which adds to the intrigue.
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Review by: kiara paz on Nov. 21, 2013 :
This book is addictive i couldn't stop reading it this book kept me guessing and surprising me. Michelle hand writes so thatyou could imagine being there. I would recommend reading this any day.
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Review by: Chelsea Moser on Nov. 05, 2013 :
I loved this book! When I started reading it I figured I would be biased because I know the author, but as I got wrapped up in the story I was so excited about how good it was. The corruption and heroism gives it a Hunger Games feel, but with a completely different plot. I would definitely recommend this and I can't wait to read her future books :) I'm crossing my fingers for the next ones to be longer because I didn't want to set this one down!
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