Mar 22, 12
After reading "The 19th Wife," I selected this book from the library, to look at a nonfiction, "true" story about modern day polygamy, faith, and family. The spouses here take turns narrating, sharing their family's history (all four were raised in polygamous households), and the tale of how their marriage (marriages?) formed.
It's not a tabloid-worthy tell-all. Instead, it's a sanely written book that talks about the polygamy pros as well as cons. Not quite as scary as FLDS tales of polygamy, but all the same, I'm still viewing it as a marital tradition with the initial roots stepped in abuse and mysogeny.