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Learn about Leah Remini and the Church of Scientology in a fraction of the time it takes to listen to the actual book!

In Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, Leah Remini tells her listeners about a list she made which includes the things in her life that she is not proud of. The items on this list include cheating, lying, and not being considerate of others. She even goes on to include her family members and the problems they had with each other. Remini has a good reason for including this list of things she is not proud of in the beginning of her book. She is worried that the Church of Scientology might make these faults known to the world in an attempt to defame her character.

Because of this, Remini wanted to be the first one to tell her story to the world. Some of the things that she lists as being problems in her past are still plaguing her in the present moment. Remini has been a member of the Church of Scientology for about 30 years and out of all this time the Church of Scientology was unable to teach her how to eliminate her negative faults.

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not the book !!!!

I think charging customers the same for a summary book is a rip off. I bought this by mistake thinking it was the original due to it costing me one full credit. Very disappointed