Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion
Scientology is known for its celebrity believers and its team of “volunteer minister” at disaster sitessuch as the World Trade Center; its notably aggressive response to criticism and its attacks on psychiatry; its requirement that believers pay as much as hundreds of thousands of dollars to reach the highest levels of salvation. But for all its notority, Scientology has remained America’s leasr understood new religion, even as it has been one of its most successful. Janet Reitman tells its riveting full story in the first objective modern historyof Scientology, at last revealing the astonishing truth about life within the controversial religion for its members and ex-members. Based in five yearsof research, confidential documents, and extensive interviews with current and former Scientologists, this is an utterly compelling work of nonfiction and the defining work on an elusive faith.
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