on 13 September 2014
Its ok for what it is but theres no real look into the mind of Jim Jones. Its interesting to read about his punishment techniques, and how all of the congregation allowed terrible things to go on, even to their own kid, but turned a blind eye because they din't want God (Jim Jones) to kick them out of the church. This book just confirmed what i already knew, but ends before the end of the church and the deaths in Guyana. Worth a read, but not brilliant,
on 5 May 2014
I was reading another book that delved into the Jones Town incident, an incident I know little about. To be honest, and with respect to the late Jeannie Mills and her family, I found it a difficult read. She was getting her account down on paper to tell the world, but without any real talent for writing.
I gave the book away in the end because the book was so negative I did not want it in my home.