I remember first seeing Jaycee Dugard's face on a rerun episode of Unsolved Mysteries as a young kid and I could never get her face out of my head. Years later I saw the news of her being rescued.
I was so intrigued when this memoir was released because I desperately wanted to know what had happened in her point of view, not just what was in the media.
The book was interesting and kept my attention for the most part. The writing was heartfelt even though it was really simplistic.