Scarred: The True Story Of How I Escaped Nxivm, The Cult That Bound My Life by Sarah EdmondsonScarred: The True Story Of How I Escaped Nxivm, The Cult That Bound My Life by Sarah Edmondson

Scarred: The True Story Of How I Escaped Nxivm, The Cult That Bound My Life

bySarah EdmondsonAs told byKristine Gasbarre

Paperback | September 17, 2019

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Scarred is Sarah Edmondson's compelling memoir of her recruitment into the NXIVM cult, the twelve years she spent within the organization (during which she enrolled over 2,000 members), her breaking point, and her harrowing fight to get out, to help others and to heal. This is also a story about abuses of power, the role female friendships play in cults, and how sometimes the search to be "better" can override everything else.
Sarah Edmondson is a Canadian actress and playwright who has starred in series such as Psych and Salvation and more than twelve films for the Hallmark Channel and Lifetime. She is also a well-established voiceover artist for popular series such as Transformers: Cybertron (Lori) and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Windy Whistles). ...
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Title:Scarred: The True Story Of How I Escaped Nxivm, The Cult That Bound My LifeFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:265 pages, 8.92 × 6.06 × 0.65 inShipping dimensions:8.92 × 6.06 × 0.65 inPublished:September 17, 2019Publisher:Chronicle BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1797202391

ISBN - 13:9781797202396

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Scarred is Sarah Edmondson's compelling memoir of her recruitment into the NXIVM cult, the twelve years she spent within the organization (during which she enrolled over 2,000 members), her breaking point, and her harrowing fight to get out, to help others and to heal. This is also a story about abuses of power, the role female friendships play in cults, and how sometimes the search to be "better" can override everything else.