Gang of One is an inspiring and compelling read on a subject that is still all too relevant in todays newspapers.
It is an honest and moving account of a terrible ordeal. The book deals with raw emotional issues and will make you both laugh and cry. The "coping mechanisms" that Gary employed to get him through his time in Big Spring and the preparation beforehand are fascinating. Gary should be proud of how he coped with his situation in both Houston and in Big Spring and came out of the other side of this nightmare, ready to continue his search for Katrina.
I would thoroughly recommend this book and it would be a good "book club" book evoking plenty of discussion.