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I finished the book last night, and I still cant stop thinking about it.
I don't know exactly why, but I just did not get emotionally engaged enough with the characters to really care what happened to any of them.
Throughout this journey, Dr. Allen discovers more about his son, and how he measures up as a 'good father'.
Father's quest to understand and ultimately learn to accept the actions of his son. Sad, but worth the read.Published 29 days ago by Terrel Ratchford
Spoiler alert: almost everything here assumes you have read the book.
Hawley does something I haven't seen before in fiction. Read more
Well written but annoying. One the whole this is a very good book, but the Dad's bewilderment is expressed as a series of questions, like "Did he do it? Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. N. Moore
I had not seen much "hype" about this book so had no real idea what to expect. It is a stunning book, especially if like me, my children were part of their parents'... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Was good easy read. So many topics for any book club to discuss. Parenting, mental illness, family, the affect of divorce. Topics are many!Published 3 months ago by Richard J Willis
Slow start for me; however, once I became engaged in the story, I had trouble putting it down. I found myself closing associating with the father and his angst over his son. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marilyn Ponzer
I read Hawley's first book bc I had been impressed with his pacing and wording on his TV series "Fargo. Read morePublished 3 months ago by samuel mcneill
I liked how it combined things in history that went along with the story line . Could not put it down once I started reading it . Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lynne Freehill