Because it is mostly about a disaster within a family and a marriage, I can’t say that I loved this book…
but I liked it. If you can get past the subject matter, it’s a very intriguing, unusual, and well-written story. I don’t want to tell too much of what happens to this marriage and family, because that would possibly take your enjoyment away. But, it’s not gory or disgusting, so don’t fear that.
The book revolves around an interesting set-up: a peek inside the collapse of an uber-wealthy Texas family. The author seems to have a very familiar touch with the complicated fraud case that features largely in the disaster. So sit back and enjoy reading the story, and learning some things.
Here is a link to a video on the book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4KfPyw-FwE&feature=youtu.be[/embed]
What’s your favorite genre? Favorite book set in Texas?