Characters are so well written.
The author does a great job of drawing the reader in to the lives of someone who struggles with mental illness; and of those who love someone in the struggle.
To cut to the chase, this was a book that grabbed me at the opening paragraph and kept me invested in the story through all 355 pages.
This book has such depth of feeling. It reaches into your heart and hooks you. I think it touched my soul. The characters became real to me.Published 4 days ago by Marcia Standard
It is hard to find a book that does a good job trying to explain what goes on inside a person suffering from mental illness, which it is really I mystery for those of us that have... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Pat V. Planchon
I really liked the point of the story...we must be free to live our life in our own way. A great lesson for all of us!Published 5 days ago by GALE
An interesting story about the effects of a mentally ill parent on a young and loving child.Published 6 days ago by Patricia A. Powell
This book has multiple view point s for the reader to savor. There is the child's view, the homeless view, the service to those in needs view and the procedure of handling mental... Read morePublished 11 days ago by 5 STAR....Great fun!...
I am a sensitive sort, but I did feel that the abandonment issues were dealt with in very true to life manner from the perspective of a child to that of a grown woman. Read morePublished 13 days ago by B&T
I enjoyed the way the author wrote this book from each of the main characters point of view, and from the present to the past and back again so you got each person's view of... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Apelila
This story was insightful in how mental illness affects an entire family. I could not put it down , the author had me emotionally involved from beginning to end . Read morePublished 18 days ago by Teri