The way the book summary was written I expected to be moved by the plotline, as well as to see a side of people that may have eluded me prior. This one read very fast, but it got to the point where I started flipping pages and just wanted to get to the end. Some of the stories July wrote about in the book I was interested with, but the rest creeped me out or shocked me, each one on a different level. The ending was the one thing I did enjoy in this, as well as the feeling of realization that ended up coming to me after reading. Otherwise there isn’t much to say about this one; I’m not even very sure what to make of it. I’d say that people who enjoy reading about other’s lives or seeing the basic human struggles in every day life should pick this one up – the photography was very pleasant and well done.