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Cultish: The Secret Language You Didn't Know You Were Using | Amanda Montell
The author of the widely praised Wordslut analyzes the social science of cult influence: how cultish groups from Jonestown and Scientology to SoulCycle and social media gurus use language as the ultimate form of power. What makes "cults" so intriguing and frightening? What makes them powerful? The reason why so many of us binge Manson documentaries by the dozen and fall down rabbit holes researching suburban moms gone QAnon is because we're looking for a satisfying explanation for what causes people to join--and more importantly, stay in--extreme groups. We secretly want to know: could it happen to me? Amanda Montell's argument is that, on some level, it already has . . . Our culture tends to provide pretty lame answers to questions of cult influence, mostly having to do with vague talk of "brainwashing." But the true answer has nothing to do with freaky mind-control wizardry or Kool-Aid. In Cultish, Montell argues that the key to manufacturing intense ideology, community, and us/them attitudes all comes down to language. In both positive ways and shadowy ones, cultish language is something we hear--and are influenced by--every single day. Through juicy storytelling and cutting original research, Montell exposes the verbal elements that make a wide spectrum of communities "cultish," revealing how they affect followers of groups as notorious as Heaven's Gate, but also how they pervade our modern start-ups, Peloton leaderboards, and Instagram feeds. Incisive and darkly funny, this enrapturing take on the curious social science of power and belief will make you hear the fanatical language of "cultish" everywhere.
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Addison_Reads
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I spent yesterday playing Stardew Valley and listening to the tagged book.

I've read a few other cult books recently, but this book is by far my favorite of them all. The way the author dissects how language plays a key role in cults, and in our society, was fascinating to me. This book is well researched, easy to follow, and will give you a new insight into why people get caught up in cults.

Karisa Stardew is a great game to play while listening to an audiobook! So addicting! :D 3d
Kenyazero A relaxing game and a not so relaxing book! 3d
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KateD1
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I thought that the idea behind this book was great. Cults are very nuanced, especially in this day and age. However, she uses an incredible amount of words I need a dictionary to look up (and heavily rely on context clues). #cultish #cult #nonfiction

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SeaToSkyes
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This book was such a great and interesting read. It's a mix of about half of things I already knew about and half I had no clue. So many things nowadays can be considered “cultish“; it's almost inescapable. Especially the MLMs...I steer clear of those; those (mostly) ladies are suspish!

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britt_reads
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First up for #NFNovember and I‘m already intrigued!

ElizaMarie ooo it looks super great! I am stacking it to see remember to look into it. 4w
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caitlin.reads.books
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I finished this one recently and found it very interesting! I‘m fascinated by cults like so many people and this book really gave me a lot to think about. So much of cultish language is everywhere! Must read for anyone interested in cults and how they have so much influence over people. 4⭐️

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Mdion1993
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Not even non-fiction can make cults sound boring, but what takes Cultish to the next level is Montell‘s consideration of “cultish” groups hiding in plain sight - MLMs, fitness gyms and SoulCycle, even Instagram itself. I think Montell‘s claim that language is a cult‘s most powerful weapon is a bit of a stretch (there‘s more to it, and of course a linguist would focus on verbiage), but reading about these groups is enough to keep me interested.

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Victoriahoperose
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I thought this book was so interesting. I loved how it incorporated so many instances of cult mentality from MLMs to exercise regimes to Scientology. I thought the author did a great job of keeping it interesting because she kept it brief enough that you don‘t lose interest but gave enough information that you got a real taste of the different cult type beliefs that are floating around.

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akfreeborn
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This was an awesome book about the power of language in cult and cult like groups. It tackles multilevel marketing, suicide cults, CrossFit, Scientology and all kinds of things you might not think you are sucked into but perhaps you are. I highly recommend this one!

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Melismatic
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This was a quick read so I wouldn‘t call it very in-depth — more like an overview of different modern cults & “cult adjacent” and the language they use to draw people in. It was definitely interesting and presented in an easily understandable way.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome decorations!!! ☠️👻🎃 1mo
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vlwelser
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I liked this but I definitely preferred WordSlut. And this#audiobook is not read by the author so it wasn't nearly as gleeful as her other book. It is a super interesting look at the language of cults and groups like AmWay and SoulCycle.

#BirthdayBash @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 1mo
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Mitch
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Pre order came in today. Love the idea of this close look at how language is used by cults

squirrelbrain I just listened to this a couple of weeks ago -fascinating! 1mo
LitStephanie I look forward to your review! 1mo
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squirrelbrain Thanks for your cute card Mitch - it arrived today. I‘m not sure if it‘s been on a bit of a walkabout as the postcode was NG1 rather than HG1. 🤷‍♀️ 1mo
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monalyisha
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Investigates the language used by cults & other cultish groups (from Scientology, to Heaven‘s Gate, to Mary Kay, to SoulCycle, to social media influencers) to achieve & maintain sway. One of the most interesting points to me is Montell‘s explanation of why people join cultish groups. It‘s not just trauma or foolishness that makes people vulnerable; it‘s optimism, big dreams, & the desire for radical change.

A bit too long but it held my interest!

Lindy I‘ve already got my name on the hold list for this. Thanks for solidifying my interest. 👍 2mo
MallenNC I also have this on hold and am looking forward to reading it! 2mo
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Julsmarshall
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So compelling! Interesting, raw, honest. Highly recommend! #audio

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akfreeborn
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This is my ambitious group of books I want to read this month. It‘s a little thin on nonfiction but I am looking forward to Cultish.

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squirrelbrain
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Another fascinating book from this author, about words and linguistics.

I don‘t think that this was *quite* as good as Wordslut; Montell tried to cover too broad a range of both cults (Scientology) and ‘cultish‘ organisations (CrossFit and SoulCycle) so some of the message was lost. I‘d have preferred concentration on one or the other. For example, there was a section on QAnon that really felt tacked on and I‘d have liked to know more about it.

Megabooks I‘m not sure if this is available over there, but it‘s a great explanation of Q. 2mo
squirrelbrain Thanks @Megabooks - I‘ve stacked it, it‘s not on Scribd (yet) but it is on Audible so I might use a credit sometime…. 2mo
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Hooked_on_books
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In this fascinating and fun book, linguist Montell explores the language of cults, be they the dangerous suicide-pact variety or programs with dedicated followers like CrossFit. I thoroughly enjoyed both the content and the writing.

squirrelbrain I have this bookmarked on Scribd - need to get to it soon (like so many other books though!) 😁 2mo
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Jas16
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This look at the manipulative language used by cults is very bit as fascinating as everyone keeps saying. I am adding Wordslut to library holds immediately.

KathyWheeler I hope you like Wordslut. I thought it was great. 2mo
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lowellette
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Montell looks at the language cults and cult-like groups use, from Waco and Scientology to Trump and Peloton. She also gives tips on language and markers to look out for. Very of-the-moment.

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mdemanatee
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What do Jonestown, Scientology, Amway, Soul Cylce, and Instagram spiritual influencers have in common? Utilization of “cultish” language to some extremity.
This book dives into the vernacular of cults, using phrases and language as examples, but breaks down the specifics of the language being used less than I expected. Still, this book is the brand of nonfiction I love that‘s a little bit pop culture, a little bit sociological analysis.

Chelsea.Poole Loved this one! 3mo
mdemanatee @Chelsea.Poole same! A bit different than I was expecting but so much to ponder! I feel like the most resonate new idea in it for me was thought-terminating cliches. 3mo
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mdemanatee
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Getting to this section of Cultish tonight while also seeing there are multiple COVID deaths linked to the August Paparazzi convention.

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prowlix
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I found this whole section about the history of American capitalism being linked to Protestant reformation fascinating!

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prowlix
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“So even though it‘s true that not everyone who joins and stays in abusive religion is troubled or unintelligent, it‘s equally true that finding yourself ears-deep in that kind of cultish quandary couldn‘t happen to “just anyone.” We‘ll learn more about why some people have instincts like Flor‘s, and others don‘t, in part 4.”

Discuss on “brainwashing” is so fascinating. Perfect outdoor reading day

ladym30 What a sweet pup!❤️ 3mo
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prowlix
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Hmmm why is it all this talk about confirmation bias seems so familiar

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prowlix
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Enjoying some time outside while learning about the language of cults and “cultish” behavior. Anyone else fascinated by how cults work and evolve?

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KathyWheeler
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This look at the use of language by cults and cult-like groups was interesting. Montell doesn‘t dive deeply into the history of words, like in Word Slut; instead, she discusses the ways words are manipulated in order to control people. Of necessity, we get short histories of some cults and their implosions. MLMs and fitness cults are discussed, and Montell is careful to point out the differences between these and something like Jonestown.

KathyWheeler QAnon and how it‘s fueled by social media is discussed as well. I wanted you to be able to see the rain in the bottom pic, but you can‘t. 3mo
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KathyWheeler
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About gullibility in relation to multilevel marketing companies: “In several experiments, researchers found that when someone is in a good mood, they become more innocent and unsuspecting, while feeling grumpy makes one better at sensing deception. Which has to be the most curmudgeonly superpower I‘ve ever heard.” This is definitely interesting!

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Loreen
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It started with a prayer. #firstlinefridays #libraryhaul
#nonfiction

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KathyWheeler
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Tonight‘s reading is Cultish by Amanda Montell. I loved Wordslut, so I thought I‘d check this out. I still don‘t understand what attracts people to cults, but this book is at least helping a little. She also discusses things that we don‘t tend to think of as cults, but they exhibit some cult-like behavior. I was lucky to get in a walk; it‘s rained for a good portion of the day. #audiowalk

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BridgetteM
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I devoured Cultish. I thought it was a cool concept for a book: how cult-like organizations use language to influence their followers. It starts with the dangerous, violent cults everyone automatically thinks of when they hear the word. Gradually the author starts examining less and less dangerous businesses, like boutique fitness studios and MLMs. I give this 👍🏻👍🏻.

KathyWheeler I just got this and am looking forward to reading it. I loved Wordslut. 4mo
BridgetteM @KathyWheeler I need to read that one. I love reading about words and language usage and there really aren‘t many books for non-linguists like that (that I have found at least). 4mo
KathyWheeler @BridgetteM That‘s true. I‘d read some about women and speech years ago but all the linguistic stuff was way over my head. 4mo
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JenReadsAlot
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#bookmail Litsy made me do it! This sounds so good!

Leftcoastzen I‘ve heard good things. 4mo
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Pedrocamacho
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I enjoyed Montell‘s work on shared features between Cults and social activities that can be considered ‘cultish‘ (e.g. multi-level marketing, influencers, fitness communities, like Peloton). She shines a light on these activities without creating false equivalences and losing the nuances. This is a great read for those who remain fascinated by the ways and reasons that humans organize themselves.

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Chelsea.Poole
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Excellent! An exploration of what cults are, besides just the radical groups that we associate with the word like Jonestown, etc. Though these groups are covered in the first section, as well as a section on each of the following:
- alt religions (Scientology)
- multi-level marketing (pyramid schemes — Amway, LuLaRoe, etc)
- fitness/wellness groups (SoulCycle, CrossFit)
- social media (New Age gurus, QAnon)
Recommended! 🌟

Clare-Dragonfly That sounds fascinating! 4mo
Megabooks Great review!! 4mo
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Butterflyamore
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Montell provides readers with a lot to consider while never shaming social influence, as a whole. While there was a lot of information that supported things I already felt strongly about, she articulated it all eloquently, in ways I could not, with research to back her beliefs. She is incredibly knowledgeable in both language & cult dynamics, things her history & education support.

Full review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3772203702

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Megabooks
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Amanda is answering questions about Cults, her writing process, the book, etc. on HarperCollins Insta until 3 PT for you fans. Here was my question!

squirrelbrain I‘m looking forward to this book; when I *eventually* get round to reading it! 4mo
Megabooks @squirrelbrain I hope you enjoy it!! 4mo
ValerieAndBooks Just put a e-book hold on this from the library! Looks like an interesting book. 4mo
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Megabooks @ValerieAndBooks it really was! I learned a lot, but it‘s definitely fun too. 4mo
Reggie There‘s a Designing Women episode where Charlene is in one of these and Julia and the girls have to rescue her from them. It was hilarious. They were called the Junebugs I think. 4mo
Megabooks @Reggie I do not remember that episode! 4mo
Bookzombie @Reggie I remember that one! I went with a friend to a Mary-Kay meeting (she was selling it) when I was in my 20s . They gave me a mini-makeover and then I attended their meeting. It felt so churchy to me and I sat there thinking “This is a cult.” My friend never got very far with it. 4mo
Megabooks @Bookzombie I was really surprised that MLMs were so cult-y, but that also explains why it was so hard to get my dad to leave the one he joined. Sigh. 4mo
Reggie @Megabooks @Bookzombie if you have Tubi, they actually stream Designing Women. It‘s season 3 episode 12. Lol 3mo
Megabooks @Reggie thanks! 3mo
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julesG
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Like Wordslut this book was great. I've learnt a ton of things about cultish language and have asked myself several times whether I'd fall for it.

@Megabooks @Cinfhen @squirrelbrain

Megabooks So glad you enjoyed it! I can‘t wait to see what Amanda writes next. 4mo
Oryx Stacked! 4mo
squirrelbrain This is available as an audio on Scribd - I have it bookmarked…. 4mo
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kimmypete1 This is on my TBR! I hope to get to it soon. 4mo
Cinfhen Thanks for tagging me!!oh, I hope I can find it on #scribd too @squirrelbrain 4mo
Reggie I got together with a friend I hadn‘t seen in awhile. Her new boyfriend that she‘s had for a year got her started on a peloton and I swear that 75% of our conversation started with something having to do with the Peloton. I told her later after we were laughing about it that the Peloton community is considered a cult community. Even today she was texting me peloton related things. It‘s hilarious. 4mo
julesG @Reggie The fitness cult part was eye-opening. I hadn't thought about it before. 4mo
Chelsea.Poole I‘m currently reading this one and loving it! 4mo
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The boys are playing and I‘m reading 🙌

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Chelsea.Poole
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When your shirt matches your new book! 📕 📚

PurpleyPumpkin 🙌🏽😁 4mo
Megabooks Great shirt and book! 4mo
BarbaraBB Great pic 🤍 4mo
Cathythoughts What a beautiful picture 👍🏻❤️ 4mo
Lesliereads 😍 4mo
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julesG
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Today at Camp Lazy Bum: I #audiocut fabric for an #Audiosewing project.

You can see a tiny part of my craft book collection and an even smaller part of my fabric stash.

#LitsySummerCamp @ImperfectCJ

squirrelbrain That‘s a lot of craft books! 4mo
kspenmoll Live your camp‘s name!!! 4mo
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If a form of language cues you to have an instant emotional response while also halting you from asking further questions, or makes you feel “chosen” just for showing up, or allows you to morally divorce yourself from some one-dimensionally inferior other, it‘s language worth challenging.

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Loops
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Currently devouring this book.

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Christine
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This was fantastic and is likely something I‘ll share parts of with my sociology students, because it makes some of the theoretical concepts we study super accessible via the ever-intriguing topic of cultish groups/behavior. Lots of good stuff around language/culture/identity, in-group/out-group, and us vs. them mentality. Loved the author's writing style and sense of humor, too!

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britt_brooke
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The different ways we use language never ceases to amaze. I loved Montell‘s “Wordslut” and this as well! Ranging from full-on deadly communal cults to fitness groups to MLM, she dissects the phrasing that draws folks in, eliciting importance. Sure, there are some tiny liberties. Not all of these groups are true cults, but do exude cult-like devotion. As weird as it sounds, so much is marketing jargon. Utterly fascinating! #coverlove

BookishMarginalia Stacked! 5mo
Megabooks Great review! So glad you enjoyed it!! 5mo
Cinfhen Did you do print or audio?? 5mo
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Hooked_on_books Sounds great! I look forward to this one. 5mo
britt_brooke @BookishMarginalia Hope you enjoy! 5mo
britt_brooke @Megabooks Thanks for letting me know it existed! Lol. I‘m bad about tracking new rehearses sometimes. 5mo
britt_brooke @Hooked_on_books I think you‘ll like it, Holly! Super interesting. 5mo
Cinfhen Thanks 😊 how‘s vacation?!?! Finding time to read?!! 5mo
britt_brooke @Cinfhen Having a great time so far - thanks! I was able to sneak in some reading yesterday audio walking. Today, we‘re taking a little drive to an independent book shop. I‘ll def post some pics in a bit! 5mo
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Megabooks
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Loved this! Following Wordslut, Amanda shows the wide range of her interests by digging into the language of cults. She starts with the very cult-y Heaven‘s Gate and Jonestown and works her way down to how exercise studios like SoulCycle and CrossFit and Instagram influencers use the same language tactics, albeit more benignly. I was surprised how much more disturbed I am by multi-level marketing schemes after reading this book.

Megabooks Very interested to see what you think when your library hold comes in @britt_brooke !! 5mo
Hestapleton You find the most fascinating books! Thank you for cultivating all of my nonfiction TBR 😂 5mo
TheDaysGoBy Sounds interesting! 5mo
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britt_brooke So looking forward to this one! I‘ll be sure to tag you in my review. 💚 5mo
Megabooks @Hestapleton thanks you!! I‘m constantly mining the bookish internet for new nonfiction. I have an insatiable appetite!! 😂😂 5mo
Megabooks @TheDaysGoBy it really was! 5mo
Megabooks @britt_brooke 💜💜💜 5mo
Cinfhen This sounds really good!!!! 5mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen I definitely think you‘d enjoy it! I think Britt is going to read the audiobook, and I know she tags you in reviews, too. 5mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen we just had such a shit show here! The battery went out on our carbon monoxide detector in the ceiling. Well since my last spinal fusion, I can‘t crane my neck back, so I had to support my dad while he climbed a step ladder while I was doing a back bend to help him try to see how to get the silly thing down. We finally removed it, and I said, “That‘s it! We are replacing things as the die with ones that plug into the wall!!” 5mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen so I‘m ordering one at prime day today. I seriously don‘t know what they‘d do about stuff like this if I weren‘t here. I‘m not sure if it‘s my problem or not. Sigh!! I‘m not sure about what to do other than try to laugh at the absurdity! 😂😬 5mo
Cinfhen Oh Gd!! It‘s almost comical. Kudos to dad ( and you) for getting it down but im all for the newer plug in🔌 detectors 🙌🏻 5mo
Cinfhen It‘s so hard being an only child 5mo
Cinfhen @Megabooks oh yay!!! I bet it‘ll be great because Word Slut on audio was fabulous 5mo
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Megabooks
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#bookmail!! I‘ve already started the tagged book. It was a preorder. Definitely different than Wordslut, but I‘m enjoying it! So far, I think you‘d love it @britt_brooke 👍🏻💜

britt_brooke Definitely sounds like my kind of read! I just put it on hold - thanks for the reminder! 💚 (edited) 5mo
Megabooks @britt_brooke She got interested in cults because her dad escaped Synanon!! 🤯 I‘ve finished the intro and most of part 1, which covers Jonestown and Heaven‘s Gate. The next section has Scientology and a yogic cult. The last two sections are on cultish things like MLM scams and social media gurus. It‘s really fascinating!! 5mo
Megabooks @britt_brooke after she introduces the stories, she goes deeper into breaking down that language that made suicide and their other beliefs seem normal. That‘s what makes it different from the just straight accounts. 👍🏻 5mo
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britt_brooke @Megabooks Sounds fascinating! I‘m always interested in what draws people into these groups, and language undoubtedly plays a big part. Looking forward to getting this … in about 4 weeks. 😬 5mo
Cinfhen Ohhhh, exciting #bookmail 🤗🤗🤗🤗can‘t wait to hear all the reviews 5mo
Chelsea.Poole I was just reading about Cultish yesterday on BookRiot. I look forward to your review! 5mo
Megabooks @Chelsea.Poole 🤞🏻 I‘ll finish it this weekend. I never have as much time to read in print as audiobooks! 😂 5mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen I am having such a rough time right now! My room AC is broken. (the house still works, but what I call my personal air conditioner has quit!) my pre-menopausal body and my mom‘s arthritic body are NOT on the same thermostat!! I‘m in more back pain than I‘ve been in in months. (So bad it woke me twice from sleep!!) so now I‘m up with a little over 3 hours sleep and I have to take dad across the river to pt at noon. 😩😩😩 5mo
Cinfhen You poor thing. Is it possible someone from the church can drive your dad today? Or maybe Uber/ car service?? How quickly can you get a new unit for your room?? I‘m so sorry you are in so much pain and you don‘t have extra support around. I wish I could help you. I bet your dad is frustrated too, since he used to love driving. Thinking of you & your parents ❤️ 5mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen sorry it‘s been all day since I got in touch. I was able to sleep for 2 hours before taking dad and then he and I bought an air conditioner on our way back into town. I‘m feeling just okay. I know I‘ll feel better when the AC is hooked up tomorrow. I just have to survive until then! 5mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen thank you, as always, for being a wonderful friend!! 5mo
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Megabooks
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I just saw @howjessicareads had an ARC of this over on Instagram. For all of us that were crazy about Wordslut last year, Amanda has a new book out in June about the language of cults. All you #WordNerds get excited! Feel free to tag any other Montell fans. 👍🏻😁

(This is a US release date. Not sure whether European or other countries is the same.)

julesG Thanks! 6mo
Cinfhen Cool!! I think @KarenUK enjoyed WordSlut too ❤️Thanks for the tag, Meg #stacked 6mo
Megabooks @julesG 👍🏻👍🏻 6mo
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Megabooks @Cinfhen I hope it‘s as good as it sounds! I think it will be. 🎉 6mo
squirrelbrain Thanks for the heads-up - this sounds fab! It‘s coming out on 15th June in the UK, but only Kindle and Audible. The hardback is published just over a month later. I think I might use my June Audible credit for this.... 🤔 6mo
Megabooks @squirrelbrain no problem! I can‘t decide whether to go audible or print. 🤔 6mo
squirrelbrain I listened to Wordslut, which was a great experience, but would still buy a physical copy too.... I may end up adding the physical copy of this to my TBR as well, even once I‘ve listened to it.... 6mo
britt_brooke Thank you!! 6mo
Megabooks @squirrelbrain I read Wordslut as a physical book, so I can‘t decide which way to go with this. It may depend on price because the hardcover is really expensive right now. 6mo
Megabooks @britt_brooke You‘re welcome friend! 6mo
KarenUK Thanks for the the tag Cindy... I did love it.... #stacked 📚 @cinfhen (edited) 6mo
squirrelbrain That‘s why I‘m going with audio first - hard copy is very expensive. If I love it on audio I‘ll wait until the paperback comes out, which will be much cheaper than the hardback. 6mo
Cinfhen 👍🏽 @KarenUK ❣️ 6mo
howjessicareads It was super good! 😍 6mo
Megabooks @howjessicareads fantastic!!! 6mo
Megabooks @squirrelbrain sounds like a good plan! 6mo
Megabooks @KarenUK enjoy!! Glad @Cinfhen tagged you! 6mo
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Matilda
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If you like bothering everyone with “did you know” this is a great, fascinating read.

mdemanatee Oooh good to know! I've had my eye on this one. 7mo
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