Not an easy book to read, it relates the true story of the murder of 8 year old Sarah Payne in July 2000, as told by her mother Sara.
No family is perfect and Sara does nothing to sugarcoat the harrowing journey of her family from Sarah's abduction, right the way through to the aftermath of the trial. She is incredibly honest in her description of the effect on her marriage and children.
It is very moving - I don't have children, so I can't imagine what it must be like to loose one, especially in circumstances such as those. But I certainly admire Sara for her strength and honesty, I admire her family as a whole.