This is a hard book to rate and review. Jaycee Dugard has lived through hell and somehow managed to survive. Her story is difficult to read. When it comes to some of the abuse she suffers she doesn't hold back on the descriptions. The way her kidnappers have brainwashed her into trusting and at times it seems to even care for them is equally disturbing. The writing is hard to follow sometimes. The chapters are set up to tell what happened and then there is Jaycee's current reflection on that time. It jumps around. But the author does warn the reader in the beginning of the book that this happens.
I hope Jaycee and her daughters continue to heal.