Lake of Fireby Kate Gale, Mark Cull (Photographer)
This shocking true story tells of one girl's life in
In the Sixties, the Flower Children were making love not war, the Hippies were dropping acid and protesting Vietnam and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was demanding civil rights. Cults, communes and live-ins sprang up around the country. One charismatic leader started a cult in New England that continues to this day.
This shocking true story tells of one girl's life in that cult. Brought there as a three year old, cut off from all contact with the outside world, the young Andie struggles to survive in a world that is both claustrophobic and frightening.
In the wake of Jonestown, Waco and Heaven's Gate, we see a closeup view of life in a cult and a young girl's escape from one brave new world to another.
- Red Hen Press
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