Frankly, I loved it. Couldn't put it down. Maybe it is because I'm a new mom, and the feelings she expressed regarding her love for her child are so fresh on my mind. I could completely identify with how she fell in love with this child and wanted to know/feel/hear/see everything about her. Maybe I loved it because I hope to adopt a child someday, and I find the process intriguing, frustrating, ridiculous, and glorious all at the same time.
Grant delved into some of the misconceptions about adoption, as well as some of the ugliness. She brought to light how adoption is a way to make big money in some countries, and how finding the right agency that does it's homework is key. I cannot imagine the terror of finding out your child, the one you have come to love and call your own, was not really without a family in the first place, but was abducted, sold for money, or some other atrocity.
Grant includes a list of resources in the back, that I intend to check out and hope to find useful. I liked the way she told her story, though I occassionally got confused because it didn't exactly go in chronological order. Overall, a definite recommendation, particularly for those interested in adopting.
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