At least so far.
Worst of all, Jace realizes that if he really wants to move forward, he may first have to do what scares him most: He may have to go back.
Heart-breaking, "un-put-down-able" and completely unique--a story of extreme physical abuse from the point of view of the sons who got away, but also some insight of the women who love their abuser, a caseworker who cares too much, and more. Sad but not sentimental and did not make me cry (and I'm a crier.)
5 stars, and I highly recommend this to anyone with teenaged kids--abuse has to stop, even if you've already succumbed to it yourself. This book models a character who learned to funnel his anger into a much better release: sports, but specifically running. Stopping abuse AND promoting healthy lifestyles? Two more reasons to pass this story on.