This is a fantastic, gripping read. As an adoptive parent-to-be, Katy Robinson's first hand point-of-view of life as an international adoptee was fascinating, compelling, and heart-breaking all at the same time. Even if you're life hasn't been touched by adoption, this book is still a great read. You'll find yourself enthralled with Katy's story, hoping and wondering if she'll ever find all the answers she so desparately is looking for. Also an intriguing look at Korean culture.
As the son of a Korean adoptee I found this book to be fascinating. I felt as though I was on the journey with Katy. I learned many things about the Korean heritage that I would never have learned else wise. A very sad and happy read.