This was a great book! I really enjoyed this book and mostly because it had such great dry humor in it. It was funny yet griping at the same time. It is a book you won't want to put down. It is about a man who is a writer, a famous writer who is out of work. His family is also falling apart and his sons heart is failing. Then he gets a story of a lifetime, a death row inmate willing to donate his heart, to his son. As he investigates the story he finds that the inmate might not be guilty at all but if he stops the execution his son will surely die. Truman must make a choice. (Bet you wanna read it now huh?) "He's doing something good from the heart, making sense out of the bad. Your son is just the recipient of the grace of God." Gifts we don't deserve, grace. "He just wasn't able to get the drawbridge of his heart down far enough to get across." Sometimes we need help getting that drawbridge down, or the wall to crumble. "His words left a bad taste in my mouth, like one of those energy bars that are supposed to give you the nutrients that you need but just leave you feeling full of oats." That gives you a taste of the authors writing, witty and funny throughout you just have to laugh out loud. "I try to project the image that I'm together, but underneath there is always a need to escape, to rush to some other place where the pain and trouble aren't rising like a tide, ready to engulf." How many of us are trying to project the image that we have it all together? I would bet every last one of us. So why can't we be the messes that we are and let God handle the rest? I think we all need to be a little more honest with ourselves and each other and show a little more grace too while we are at it.