I found this to be a bit disturbing, it isn't the sort of book I can read in one sitting. I had to read a bit, stop and digest it then go back to the story. It was very well written, the story of a father killing his wife, the aftermath in the lives of two children. The negative: many misspelled words and grammatical errors which distract me. I often wonder how I could apply for a proofreader job for e-books? I'd recommend this book, it makes you stop and think.