Free ↠ Breaking Free By Rachel Jeffs – Jwdfitness.co.uk

Free ↠ Breaking Free  By Rachel Jeffs – Jwdfitness.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Breaking Free
  • Rachel Jeffs
  • English
  • 15 November 2019
  • 0062692828

Breaking Free In This Searing Memoir Of Survival In The Spirit Of Stolen Innocence, The Daughter Of Warren Jeffs, The Self Proclaimed Prophet Of The FLDS Church, Takes You Deep Inside The Secretive Polygamist Mormon Fundamentalist Cult Run By Her Family And How She Escaped It.Born Into The Fundamentalist Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, Rachel Jeffs Was Raised In A Strict Patriarchal Culture Defined By Subordinate Sister Wives And Men They Must Obey No One In This Radical Splinter Sect Of The Mormon Church Was Powerful Or Terrifying Than Its Leader Warren Jeffs Rachel S Father.Living Outside Mainstream Mormonism And Federal Law, Jeffs Arranged Marriages Between Under Age Girls And Middle Aged And Elderly Members Of His Congregation In 2006, He Gained International Notoriety When The FBI Placed Him On Its Ten Most Wanted List Though He Is Serving A Life Sentence For Child Sexual Assault, Jeffs Iron Grip On The Church Remains Firm, And His Edicts To His Followers Increasingly Restrictive And Bizarre.In Breaking Free, Rachel Blows The Lid Off This Taciturn Community Made Famous By John Krakauer S Bestselling Under The Banner Of Heaven To Offer A Harrowing Look At Her Life With Warren Jeffs, And The Years Of Physical And Emotional Abuse She Suffered Sexually Assaulted, Compelled Into An Arranged Polygamous Marriage, Locked Away In Houses Of Hiding As Punishment For Perceived Transgressions, And Physically Separated From Her Children, Rachel, Jeffs First Plural Daughter By His Second Of Than Fifty Wives, Eventually Found The Courage To Leave The Church In 2015 But Breaking Free Is Not Only Her Story Rachel S Experiences Illuminate Those Of Her Family And The Countless Others Who Remain Trapped In The Strange World She Left Behind.A Shocking And Mesmerizing Memoir Of Faith, Abuse, Courage, And Freedom, Breaking Free Is An Expose Of Religious Extremism And A Beacon Of Hope For Anyone Trying To Overcome Personal Obstacles.


About the Author: Rachel Jeffs

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Breaking Free book, this is one of the most wanted Rachel Jeffs author readers around the world.


10 thoughts on “Breaking Free

  1. says:

    I knew Warren Jeffs pretty well, having been charged with his safe keeping for over a year at the Utah State Prison I was very interested in this book Rachel did a fabulous job of telling the story of the Inmate that I knew In prison, Jeffs was a weird dude He got boxes of mail from fawning little girls like Rachel Anyway, as for the book itself, what a harrowing and chilling life Rachel endured as a young girl I am so glad she escaped the Mormon cult run by Jeffs Brave of you to write yo I knew Warren Jeffs pretty well, having been charged with his safe keeping for over a year at the Utah State Prison I was very interested in this book Rachel did a fabulous job of telling the story of the Inmate that I knew In prison, Jeffs was a weird dude He got boxes of mail from fawning little girls like Rachel Anyway, as for the book itself, what a harrowing and chilling life Rachel endured as a young girl I am so glad she escaped the Morm...

  2. says:

    Rachel Jeffs is one of the fifty three children of FLDS Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints prophet Warren Jeffs and Breaking Free is her account of living within the polygamous cult of a sadistic and abusive madman Thankfully, this lunatic is serving a prison sentence of life plus twenty years for felony charges and molestation of minors Rachel catalogues the abuse that she suffered at her father s hands and at this point I needed to put down the book and take a Rachel Jeffs is one of the fifty three children of FLDS Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints prophet Warren Jeffs and Breaking Free is her account of living within the polygamous cult of a sadistic and abusive madman Thankfully, this lunatic is serving a prison sentence of life plus twenty years for felony charges and molestation of minors Rachel catalogues the abuse that she suffered at her father s hands and at this point I needed to put down the book and take a shower I didn t pick it up for a few days not knowing if I was going to finish it.Obviously, I finished the book I needed to know how she found the strength and courage to break free from the indoctrination ...

  3. says:

    An inside look at FLDS life under the rule of Warren Jeffs as experienced by his daughter Rachel Although it is difficult to read of the abuse that Rachel suffered at the hands of her father, her story is one that must be told Imagine not having the freedom to name your own child, or not being able to go to a doctor So many other women and children still live under the oppressive rules of this polygamous cult Some truly scary stuff going on in the FLDS compounds I am glad that Rachel is tel An inside look at FLDS life under the rule of Warren Jeffs as experienced by his daughter Rachel Although it is difficult to r...

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While I m not sure why this is considered a holiday book release, readers can appreciate Rachel Jeffs honesty about her pedophile cult leader father, Warren Jeffs.Despite Warren Jeffs prohibiting other perspectives television, newspapers...

  5. says:

    Rachel Jeffs and Jenna Miscavege Beyond Belief My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape have a lot in common Both were born into the top family of their respective cult While the cults were philosophically very different one claimed to be god centered, the other god free both centralized power in one man and both men father to Rachel and uncle to Jenna used the same techniques to control their members.First and fundamental is the threat and reality of separating familie Rachel Jeffs and Jenna Miscavege Beyond Belief My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape have a lot in common Both were born into the top family of their respective cult While the cults were philosophically very different one claimed to be god centered, the other god free both centralized power in one man and both men father to Rachel and uncle to Jenna used the same techniques to control their members.First and fundamental is the threat and reality of separating families Second is stigmatizing possible dissenters In Scientology they are suppressive persons with FLDS they are non members In both, not being sufficiently deferential to your oppress...

  6. says:

    When I laid eyes on this title I was immediately drawn in, and when I picked it up I was as riveted as I expected to be Within the first chapters I was disturbed by her recounting the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her delusional and pedophilic father a delusion that becomesfervent as the seizing of her father entails This was an eye opening read I found myself thinking at times what is it going to take for her to leave and why would she let her children s lives be put a When I laid eyes on this title I was immediately drawn in, and when I picked it up I was as riveted as I expected to be Within the first chapters I was distu...

  7. says:

    This book was crazy to me, to read how Warren Jeff s abused his children and had such a strong hold over the FLDS church was really insightful for me It also speaks volumes that from a young age Rachel knew that one day she would probably end up leaving the church and all she knew behind You could definitely feel all her sa...

  8. says:

    This book was heartbreaking and so honest Rachel s narrative is so gripping because it seems so sincere and unaffected She explains exactly what her life was like as daughter of a whackadoodle child molester prophet and the complexity of being a sister wife of a man she loved She has 5 children in succession and then escapes the church Sh...

  9. says:

    This was scary to read I had to skip pages, actually I skipped whole chapters because I couldn t wait to see Rachel escape towards the end.I m so glad Rachel is doing well now.

  10. says:

    While I don t necessarily recommend the audio, the book itself is great.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *