One word: Cult

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I was intrigued by both the cover and the synopsis of this book right away. I love the single and unique butterfly pulling away on the cover and anything having to do with a cult has my attention one hundred percent. I was worried that this story would be too religious or push a Christian agenda but I was worried for nothing. This story is ultimately about finding your voice, taking control of your life, and not letting anyone else tell you what to believe in. I found the ending to be realistic and I appreciated that everything wasn't all tied up with a bow. This kind of situation (a cult leader messing with people's heads for years) is messy and seldom allows for a happy ending. This is a great debut and I'm glad that I read it.