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review ã The Imposters Ø [BOOKS] ✭ The Imposters ✯ Marta Szabo – Tushna-hram.ru The Imposters is the memoir of a young would be writer making her way alone in Manhattan in the early 1980s With no long term friends and a family that is going literally bankrupt she finds friendship The Imposters is the memoir of a young would be writer mak[BOOKS] The Imposters Marta Szabo Tushna hram.ru The Imposters is the memoir of a young would be writer making her way alone in Manhattan in the early 1980s With no long term friends and a family that is going literally bankrupt she finds friendship The Imposters is the memoir of a young w.

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Ould be writer making her way alone in Manhattan in the early s With no long term friends and a family that is going literally bankrupt she finds friendship and community in a tiny yoga school on Eighth Avenue run by a dynamic leader of a merry band of outsider yogis Here she thinks she will find meaning and purpose.

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The ImpostersWith little hesitation she gives it her all The tyranny of a charismatic personality is one of the most blindingly seductive The circumstances of this journey with a small cult are uniue but the experience will resonate with anyone who has fallen prey to something or someone promising ecstasy and delivering poison.

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  • Cheryl Rice

    review ã The Imposters The ImpostersTHE IMPOSTERS is an odyssey in the classic sense Szabo takes us along in a present tense recollection of her days as a follower ultimately disciple of a second rate yogi who begins to deviate from the Baba's teachings when greed and desperation become his personal gods Told in a matter of fact style without editorial comment or judgement THE IMPOSTERS traces Szabo's evolution from inn


  • Melissa

    review ã The Imposters The ImpostersTo start I won this book on Goodreadscom I have to say that while reading this book there were times that I wondered why I was reading it That is not to say that I did not enjoy it because I did A lot of times I was shaking my head and thinking how could someone get so taken in by another person as the author did but then she did say that she had low self esteem The life style that she ended up in was very cultlike The way the book was written did keep me involved though enough to finish it and I am so very happy that the book ended the way that it did that the author had the courage to break away from the life that she was leading that she finally realized that she was a good person I also have to admit that this book is very hard to review without giving a lot away So saying that the author during the book did lead an interesting life in the part of her life that she chose to write about


  • Joe Montaperto

    review ã The Imposters The ImpostersAs I was reading The Imposters I was in turn appalled horrified embarrassed angry and sympathetic all at the same time but I had to keep reading It was almost like watching a car accident about to happen right in front of you you want to turn away you may want to help but you just keep watching it This book is written with unflinching honesty by Marta Szabo as we read about a period in her life that to me was particularly painful I found myself wanting to really beat up this Natvar


  • Margaret

    review ã The Imposters The ImpostersA memoir written by the author of The Guru Looked Good which tells of her own journey from sincere seeker of the truth to a victim of mind control by a so called guru It also illustrates the subtle process that can embroil a person into the world of guru and disciple Both Marta's books are well worth the read