As for major questions about her life, I don’t really have any. I do have a few based on smaller detail of her life. For instance;
Did you ever find your friend Mandy?
If you did, how is she doing? Did living with the Mosses have a greater affect on her than on you?
Have you ever gone back to see any of your old foster parents?
How is your brother Luke doing? Has his behavior become more controlled?
How is your relationship with your biological mother and your half-sister?
Did you ever find your biological father?
In my opinion, I would suggest this book to anyone who like to get emotional while they’re reading, or to anyone who enjoys stories of people becoming a success from nothing; a “Rags to Riches” sort of thing. If you enjoy easy reading, this is also the book for you. Everything is fairly straight forward and the structure of the book is very basic. Personally, I did not like to simplicity of it, which, in my opinion, would be a reason not to read. The reading can get a tad dull. While everything she’s written does serve a purpose, some things just aren’t interesting at all. Of course, you can’t expect everything to grab you and keep you entertained.