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The Sound of Gravel

A Memoir
in: Memoirs

The memoir recounts the author's harrowing childhood in a polygamous cult in rural Mexico, detailing her experiences of poverty, abuse, and survival. It follows her journey to escape the oppressive environment and find a voice and life of her own.

Key points:

1. Polygamy: The book delves into the emotional and psychological effects of polygamy, particularly in a Mexican Mormon community.

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