Many themes run through this captivating and in-depth story about L. Ron Hubbard’s Church of Scientology and his Sea Organization. The main one centers on the author, Janis Gillham Grady, and her early years growing up in Scientology as a second-generation adherent, and how she adapted to its strict rules and regulations often without either parent at hand, and how she survived and even flourished there and while in the Sea Organization. Another is Janis’ well researched and compiled history of the Sea Organization itself, its adventures on the high seas and its tussles with non-Scientologists including families of members, port authorities, and even foreign governments. It is an excellent read for anyone wanting to understand more about L. Ron Hubbard, his character and life, and how his followers lived, suffered, and survived.” Hana Eltringham Whitfield
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Chuck Beatty Review June 2017
This book's content due to Janis' years up close to L. Ron Hubbard puts it permanently on any Hubbard/Scientology expert'...