Book: Nothing To Lose
From heading an ashram at Rajneeshpuram, Oregon, USA, in the 1980s to allegedly spearheading what is known as the largest bioterror attack in American history and spending thirty-nine months in prison, Ma Anand Sheela’s life is one that fascinates and intrigues.
But who is the woman beyond the persona of the commune leader? What is Sheela like behind the sensational ‘tough titties’ avatar?
Manbeena Sandhu followed the Osho movement for two decades before her journey finally led her to Sheela. Nothing to Lose is a no-holds-barred account of Sheela’s life, her intense relationship with Bhagwan, and the riveting story of what actually happened behind the closed doors of the cult’s ashram.
To begin with, the cover of the book is something I really liked. Colour tone and simple layout forces you to give it a second look. Overall it is really a beautiful cover
This is not a genre I usually read, but I am glad I read this book. The narration of the author was so good, that I felt I was literally hearing the protagonist talking. Concept is very unique, at least for me. I really liked how descriptive all the narration were. This surely makes me think about many aspects of being spiritual or religious. This book can be described in three words, strong, powerful and encaptivating,
Overall if you want to read something about life of Ma Anand Sheela or some thrilling and amazing biography, then this book is our pick