Man, is this a sad book. As the pages turned, there were times my jaw literally dropped open and tears spilled from my eyes. The incredibly difficult life Grubb lived will leap off the pages and make you want to console her. Throughout the memoir, readers will learn of abuse and molestation and shattered self-esteem. Worst of all is that most of the story is told through the eyes of a child--Grubb in her youth. Also fascinating is Grubb's faith in the book. There is no specific account of why she believed in Yeshua. We just know she did and never gave up. I suppose when you've got nothing left and no one to help you, you can only turn to the Creator of the Universe. Also fascinating is the fact that Grubb managed to marry later in life after all the abuse she suffered. The bulk of the book's details revolve around the bad events, and there is not much explanation for the good events. This book will remind readers that they don't "have it that bad." They will be encouraged by Grubb. If she could survive years of abuse and molestation from her father, then readers can get through their rough patches. There is hope for us all, and Grubb's story is inspirational. Most fascinating of all is that she forgave her father and even referred to him as "Daddy" all throughout the book. Reminds me of when Yeshua called Judas "friend" even as he betrayed Him.