Troublemaker was a really interesting recounting of Leah’s experiences with Scientology. I really enjoyed listening to this book. I had both the ebook and audiobook, but I loved hearing the story through Leah’s own voice and ended up listening to the whole thing on audio. “There is no “right” way to be. I am flawed and imperfect, but am uniquely me.” -4.5 Stars!-
I didn’t want to put it down and I was begging for more at the end. I watched Leah’s show first and was truly appalled at the atrocities committed by this organization. I was moved to read her story. Although I knew a lot of Leah’s story from her show, I was still consistently engaged. Leah is a force to be reckoned with. By the end of the book I was all at once devastated by the stories told and wishing to have Leah as my best friend.
I had no clue how how this organization worked just can’t believe these things happened this day I enjoyed the book and learned a lot I say good for you girl it toke some guts I recommend this book
What a great read. Couldn’t put it down. What a courageous woman to leave the cult and warn others about it.
I have read a number of books about Scientology. This is the only one that made me understand how a person could believe in it. That’s important because the previous books just made me think the author wasn’t intelligent or was seriously naive. Thanks Leah!! Always been a fan. Wish you all the best.
The length of time the author was in this cult, I thought she would be able to provide a little more detail regarding their occulted practices.
Loved this book! Love Leah Remini for her insight and honesty. I admire you so much more now! Keep it up! I love you for what you’re doing!