By Jeffrey A. Burton on October 3, 2013
Format: PaperbackI read this book in 2 nights, usually I take about 3-4. Mike Dobb's journey intrigued me enough that I lost some sleep staying up reading it because I just had to know how it turned out. Dobb's journey through 9/11 was an enlightening section of the book and played into the story quite well. Then his sojourn into what abused people have to deal with is touching and scary at the same time (how many people have to do that? I'd guess more than most of us would like to admit). Although Dobb's character may be questionable at times, he's mostly a good guy and at the end of the book he makes up for any transgressions he's committed (admittedly minor ones), which was a nice touch. I like a book that cleans up after itself and this one does, yet still leaves enough mystery about it, making you want more....will Mike Dobb's journey continue in another book? Let's hope so!