I didn't particularly like this book. It was an uncomfortable book to read and at time even laborious and mundane.
I do have a great deal of compassion for Carolyn Jessop and the unfortunate circumstances into which she was born. That she was able to escape the FLDS wackheads was fortunate. The book provides an incredible insight into the polygamist lifestyle, and the price that is paid by these polygamist wives and children. They are under the control of truly scary men, and aren't even considered people most of the time.
I can't even recommend it. I'm sure that others will find it fascinating and compelling. And, in truth, it is. It's also disturbing and sad. I gained nothing by reading it. I simply wanted it to be finished.