I got no idea how to rate this book and thus I’ll leave it without a rating for now.Equally hard is it to review this one. This isn’t a book you will love but one that will make you think. You can’t just write a review gushing endlessly, instead you’ve got a story filled with honesty, although it’s the kind of honesty that not everyone wants to hear.This isn’t a pretty story - there’ll be no rainbows and you might want to consider that before you pick it up. Instead you’ll get a story about a woman who stumbles her way through motherhood and her countless mistakes, not only concerning her child but her whole life. The writing style was extremely different from anything I’ve read before and I’m sure that many people will have a problem with it. The story doesn’t flow quite as well but for me that mirrored the vents of the story itself. It wasn’t a smooth journey and the writing wasn’t either but for me it worked.One thing is for sure, this book made me grateful for my life and my parents who certainly didn’t have it easy either. And that’s exactly why we need books like this – not because we have to see how badly others do but to remind ourselves how good our lives are. That sometimes one choice can ruin not only your own life, but also that of another innocent person. That with one small thoughtless choice, we might ruin lives.One more thing that I want to make clear, this is no lovers tale, don't let the cover fool you and still it was very much worth reading.