This book is absolutely awful. I had read the reviews about how the book did not talk about Faith until over halfway into the book. But I was willing to give it a chance, thinking that the author might have an interesting story to tell. At first, I had felt sorry for the author and her plight to gain custody of her kids but by the end of the book, I no longer felt sorry for her and in fact, I did not like her at all. Yes, life hands people injustices that they have to work through but I find it hard to believe that the author did nothing to provoke the judge, her landlord, and the many schools and business that fired her. Yes, by the end of the book, I was tired of listening to her whine about always being treated unfair. And when the story finally turned to Faith, it wasn't really about Faith, it was still about the "injustices" the author faced. This book is not about a courageous dog. The dog is just used to get people to buy a book that has very little to do about the dog.
The book was also poorly written, especially by someone who is supposed to be an English professor. It did not flow well, it rambles and not to mention the many grammatical errors.