I found this book very easy to read but it was also frustrating because I couldn't stand Josiah. It is all told from his perspective so you're stuck inside his head. I wish his wife Karin's perspective was included instead of it just being all him. Another thing that annoyed me was the way the book started. It started and wham Karin's in an accident and Josiah is hit with some information that he wasn't aware of.
I can understand why Josiah would jump to conclusions since what he found out wasn't very good but I don't understand why the guy couldn't just be driving a friend to the airport instead of what he thought. Sure Josiah's in a sucky situation but he needs to get all the facts before he decides things are a certain way. The irony is that this man is an author who writes books to help people who are struggling in their marriages.
I liked this book and would check out other books by this author. Things were kind of wrapped up almost too perfectly. Even though Josiah drive me nuts for most of the book he did grow on me and he did become a better person and I have to say I wasn't surprised by what really happened. I did like the writing style and found it very easy to read. I also appreciate that the religious aspect was more subtle. It was there but it wasn't in your face so even if you aren't religious you would probably enjoy this story of tragic events and the long road to recovery.