This is the third book in an autobiographical trilogy detailing David Pelzer’s life as a horrifically abused child to finding happiness and peace as an adult. Out of the three books, I liked this one the least. In the other two books, one could truly feel David’s pain, suffering, and anguish, along with the occasional happiness. In this book those feelings did not come out through the writing as one would expect. It is still worth the read if you are curious to how David’s story ends.