Lost Boy: The True Story of One Man's Exile from a Polygamist Cult and His Brave Journey to Reclaim His Life

Lost Boy: The True Story of One Man's Exile from a Polygamist Cult and His Brave Journey to Reclaim His Life

by Brent W. Jeffs, Maia Szalavitz
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Lost Boy was an incredible story of Warren Jeffs nephew, Brent. For those who want to expand your knowledge of the FLDS sect this book is for you. It was an incredibly sad yet inspiring book and my heart goes out to Brent and all the lost boys (and girls) who have been abused, manipulated and treated like trained animals in a zoo ..and not just by the FLDS but by those of us outside the sect who didn't understand, who didn't hear the cry for help, who made fun and teased those different from us. Thank you Brent for the courage it must have taken for you to write this extremely poignant novel of your life - the one you had and the one you wanted.
FunkyMonkey68 More than 1 year ago
This book was very interesting. I bought it after I saw the author do an interview on tv. I read it in a day. It amazes what people will believe and follow, even if it doesn't make sense or hurts you. I understand that the children have no say but it would seem that the adults would know better. Sheep to slaughter. What this young man went through living with the FLDS, the burden of his last name and the trials he is still going though to overcome his past, shows how resilient a person can be. If you want into the mind and heart of an FLDS survivor, this is an amazing read.
chancie1 More than 1 year ago
loved the book.Sheds much light since there are very few men's stories involving Jeffs.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is both sad and informative. After having read this book and Escaped as well as Triumph, I have a better understanding of how things are or were for these poor people. That life is all they ever knew and how hard it was to learn that the outside world was not so bad.
avidreaderWS More than 1 year ago
This book really gives great insight into the FLDS. The things that happened to poor Brent leaves me without words. Exploring the difference of my religion with the FLDS is astonishing. Definitely a good read, but leaves me wondering how people can live like they do in the FLDS.
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