Unseen, Unheard, Unknown

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Penguin Books, 1995 - Cults - 220 pages
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Publisher's description: Unseen, Unheard, Unknown is Sarah Hamilton-Byrne's haunting account of her blighted childhood in The Family, her courageous escape and her struggle to regain her self and build a new life. Severe punishments, near-starvation, emotional manipulation, bizarre training to be a master race, mind-altering drugs - these were all part of the extreme abuse suffered by the children of the cult. Sarah's account is an intimate and chilling picture of Anne Hamilton-Byrne and her sinister influence, and of an all-controlling cult that continues to maintain its secrecy, wealth and power.

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Is that actually the author that wrote that comment? Seems a bit strange. Surely a doctor or author would be able to use correct capitalisation. I’m curious!
Has anybody read the book? Would it be worth the buy? Cheers

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Why would the internet need to inform Ms. Hamilton-Byrne about posting a description of her book?
It's published for public consumption.

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