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Post Tue Sep 30, 2008 2:16 am

LRH: Messiah or Madman, Paulette Cooper The Scandal of Scien

Have you guys read these books? Thoughts?
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Post Wed Oct 01, 2008 1:27 pm

I've read Paulette Cooper's book (it's available online for free, if I recall correctly). Good stuff, and very interesting.

I prefer A Piece of Blue Sky. The most fascinating thing about these books is that you learn things that you never even heard of if you grew up in / joined Scientology after 1986. I was born in '83, so I never knew the stories of how Scientology got started and what it was like in the early days. It was hard to believe at first.
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Post Sun Oct 26, 2008 8:12 pm

Someone posted something here about reading my book. If you want to, don't waste time reading all of it. My book is a historical study of Scientology and much of it is not of great interest to readers today. (But no one wrote anything negative until I did which is why they went after me so fiercely even though most of the book seems quite tame today.)

I recommend that you only read chapters 1-4, 18,20 & 21 and skip the rest.

You can read it online free by going to www.paulettecooper.com and you'll see a link at the left to the Scandal of Scientology.

Good luck

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I'm the author of 15 books including "The Scandal of Scientology"
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Post Tue Nov 04, 2008 3:02 pm

I recommend that you only read chapters 1-4, 18,20 & 21 and skip the rest.

You can read it online free by going to www.paulettecooper.com and you'll see a link at the left to the Scandal of Scientology.

Good luck

Regards,
Paulette Cooper[/quote]


Paulette, I read the entire book, and I loved it all... even coming from an amateur / first criticism point of view, the book was a great read for me.
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Post Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:36 am

Yeah

PC, yours is one of the first I read, and it is still awesome.
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