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  • Good Memoir

    I received this book from the Publisher via NetGalley.com in exchange for a honest review. Uncovered is Leah's story of how she became free of her past and learned to live how she was meant to. Leah left her home as a teenager to live life as a Hasidic Jew only to discover 30 years later that she is living a lie. From her arranged marriage in her early 20's to a man that doesn't show affection, to her having 7 wonderful children and finally discovering that life has no boundaries once you let go of all the rules and be who you are meant to be. This book is a eye opening into Hasidic Jews and all of their customs and rules that they have to abide by. Leah had gone through her life living what is expected of her and I can only hope that she can be who she wants now living a free life. Thank You to Leah Lax for sharing your story to the whole world!

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  • Uncovered

    Interesting subject matter and literate writing, but overlong. Could use some judicial editing through the repetitive self-examination while other sections toward the end seemed rushed.

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  • Good

    Interesting read. It gives you incite to the Orthodox religion but also makes me think of all "structured" religions ie the repetitive things we do because they are tradition. I related to Leah because I could understand why she was getting muddled. In any relationship if you don't get feedback from your partner you look for other "outs" Her story made me sad and yet I know why she felt so alone.

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