Cut Me Loose

Sin and Salvation After My Ultra-Orthodox Girlhood

by Leah Vincent

Cut Me Loose

Hardcover, 228 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $25.95 | purchase

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Cut Me Loose
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Sin and Salvation After My Ultra-Orthodox Girlhood
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Leah Vincent

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This book recounts the author's experiences after her fundamentalist Jewish family cut her off at the age of 16 for exchanging letters with a male friend and traces her downward spiral into promiscuity and self-destruction in New York City.

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Leah Vincent is a board member of Footsteps and co-producer of the It Gets Besser project, both of which help support people who have decided to leave ultra-Orthodoxy. Ned & Aya Rosen/Leah Vincent hide caption

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