I didn't really know what to expect when I picked up this book because it appeared to be a kind of normal, happy, and hand-drawn graphic novel. I was surprised to find out about the author's true journey to find the truth about her father, who seemed to have made everything up from his education to his jobs. Laurie had to battle addictions, a disapproving family, and finding a way to let herself trust after the only male figure in her life was a fraud.
I thought this was a really good book, mostly because it was TRUE and the author really did go through this massive detective hunt to get to the bottom of who her father really was.
Tompkins County Public Library