Summary

Cassy's a backpacking student travelling around New Zealand - until the day she accepts a lift in a van full of smiling strangers; her life is changed forever. She's soon entangled in Gethsemane, a community led by Justin Calvin, a visionary leader with a violent past. As Cassy falls under Gethsemane's spell, a new identity is built for her. But when her father's illness reunites her with her family, she's forced to confront the hidden darkness of her world.
©2017 Charity Norman (P)2017 W. F. Howes Ltd
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"Will appeal to devotees of Joanna Trollope and Jodi Picoult...(Norman) is hot on their heels." ( Dail Mail on Freeing Grace)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Shivvy on 20-05-18

A thought provoking and interesting read

Thoroughly enjoyed this story. a gripping listen . Great narrator. The ending was a bit weak. but still well worth it. I learnt a lot about cults too

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5 out of 5 stars
By John on 11-11-17

Brilliant

Evocative and gripping - couldn't put it down (or turn it off).

Excellent story, excellent narration.

My only gripe -and it's a minor one- is that as a Kiwi, hearing New Zealand place names mangled by supposedly NZ characters is really jarring - wish the production team had done the ten minutes research necessary to sort that out in advance.

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