Book Review: The Polygamist’s Daughter by Anna LeBaron


This book is written by one of the many children of Ervil LeBaron, but in her own words. Her memories while growing up, seeking the love from her family, but failing within this faith of many wives and children.

I found the book truly interesting and fascinating, catching a glimpse of how life is affected by the choices of the parents and in this case, the church. There are so many small stories within that could have made Anna into a traumatized young woman, and nearly did, but she overcame and turned into a strong woman.

What I also appreciated, was the photo’s in the back sharing her memories within, of the people in her lives. My only wish? More pictures!

This is definitely a book that I would recommend reading.

I received this book complimentary from the Tyndale Publisher in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.


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