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Twenty years later Caroline is living with her lover Joe He knows her as Lorrie and is unaware of the troubled childhood she’s left behind Until an old friend reappears and Caroline discovers that the past isn't so easily buried. I absolutely loved this book I was gripped by the first part and only a bit less so when she met the cult members again in Cornwall I read it avidly It seems that the books that affect us often do so because they resonate with our past experiences It reminded me of being at boarding school I loved the part where she visits her mother and sees the cult leader again I recalled being so shocked when I d met my tormentor the school s headmistress 8 years later and she hadn t remembered me It was a relief in one way but in another I was amazed that I meant nothing to someone who had so dominated my life

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Shame On You

Elders But as Shame On MOBI #224 Caroline’s free thinking ways bring her into conflict with terrifying Miss Fowler and brutal punishments push her to breaking point she acts on a terrible impulse and exacts a horrifying revenge. Unusual but enjoyable Don t like endings that are up in the air though

Summary Shame On You

Caroline Stern is just like any London teenager Except that she lives in a religious sect As a child of ‘The Organization’ her every move – from what she eats to when she talks and whom she’ll marry – is dictated by her. One of those books discovered totally at random I was always a big fan of The Bill and I was watching a repeat of one of Clara Salaman s big dramatic storylines recently out of idle curiosity I Googled her to see what she d been up to since the series ended I came across a newspaper interview about her upbringing in a new religious organisation and how she d written a novel based on her experienceso I gave it a goThe main character is 38 years old and gradually through a series of flashbacks she tells the story of her traumatic days at school where a rather sadistic and bullying headteacher makes her life a misery Eventually she gets revenge runs away and cuts off all contact with members of the group rebuilding her life with a new identity Running into an old schoolfriend she has to explain her past to her boyfriend and confront some of the things that h


10 thoughts on “Shame On You

  1. says:

    So this book turned out to be a lot better than I thought it'd beWhen I bought it 2 years ago I was immediately interested Girl grows up in a really religious cult some messed up stuff happened and now the past is catching up to her Even better that there were switching POV's from her childhood and her adult life I love these kind of books I really do What made it even better was that 1 I found it really realistic and b

  2. says:

    One of those books discovered totally at random I was always a big fan of The Bill and I was watching a repeat of one of

  3. says:

    This book is very special to meI bought this book when I went to an Oxfam in SheffieldSeeing the struggles and h

  4. says:

    This book had EVERYTHING Let's just say I found it emotionally and thrillingly real Clara Salaman do write some please? Just brilliant and impossible to put down A bit confronting at times Loved the Greek mythology references and th

  5. says:

    Amazing read Brilliant I could not out this down hope there is a follow up book? Such a good read I was fixed from the first chapter

  6. says:

    Unusual but enjoyable Don't like endings that are up in the air though

  7. says:

    Worthwhile debut novel based on the author's real life experiences of living in a religious sect The protagonist Caroline grows up in a sinister London cult known as The Organisation heavily based on a real cult most interviews wit

  8. says:

    This story follows the life of Caroline through her school and adult years Caroline attends a very strict `cult' school in London where music laughter fun denim cutting your hair and flowers are banned among other

  9. says:

    I absolutely loved this book I was gripped by the first part and only a bit less so when she met the cult members again in Cornwall I read it avidly It seems that the books that affect us often do so because they resonate with our past experiences It reminded me of being at boarding school I loved the part where she visits

  10. says:

    I really love this book One time I had to wait for my train at 's Hertogenbosch central station and I went into the bookstore I grabbed this book and read a bit I had to go and never found this book again until I came across it during a book

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