As others have said far better, this is a very good book and well worth the read. The subject of abuse is treated with appropriate weight, but without going into uncomfortable detail. The reader gets the point and feels the impact on Oakley and the other characters. Very well done.
However, I did notice increasing numbers of typos, especially in the last half of the book. It's like the proof reader was rushing to get to the end. Missing words, she instead of he, sentences slightly jumbled that required a couple of passes to figure out their meaning. I can put up with a lot of these, but it got to the point in this book where it was irritating. And I had to ask, why would an author go to the trouble of writing a great book, then leave it messy with easily fixed errors? Too bad the author doesn't take another pass through this and clean it up some.
(review of free book)