From whose point of view is the story told? The book is from Leine's point of view. The plot becomes stronger and more developed as she looks for the little girl.
How do you define yourself is a central theme in this story. I can see myself as someone searching for lost children.
Were the characters and their problems believable? Yes, the characters and problems were believable. The author wrote on a subject very real to so many survivors.
Did you like the way the book ended? No, I personally did not like the ending. It was still a good story but my book club members and I felt like something was missing.
Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.