Tim Guest's extraordinary memoir of growing up in the Rajneeshi movement is out this week. First published in 2004 to rave reviews, My Life in Orange is a fascinating look into the world revealed in the hit Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country. 

Tim was three when his mother dyed all their clothes orange in the bathtub of their flat in Leeds. So began a journey that would take them to communes in India, Germany and Oregon, change their names, separate them and bring them together. Tim's mother had become a sannyasin, a follower of the Bhagwan Rajneesh, the charismatic Indian guru who preached a doctrine of Eastern mysticism and sexual freedom.

Left alone while the adults meditated, chanted and engaged in group therapy, Tim - now known as Yogesh - was free to explore a new world of unsupervised freedom. But life with the Orange People is never simple, and soon the movement begins to turn in on itself, replacing free love and openness with paranoia, surveillance and repression.

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