If this author's first book was good this, his second, is amazing. I was captivated by this book, it is so well written. His books are full of God but not full in your face. He interveaves faith so well throughout the story. I think they would be great books for a non believer to read. June Bug has traveled in an RV with her father and parked at Walmarts her whole life. It's not your typical life but she is happy. Then one day she sees a picture of herself on the missing children poster at Walmart. Everything has changed and she must search for the truth of who she really is. Soon the past will catch up to them and their lives will be forever changed. This book is so compelling, you won't want to put it down. "I try not to be religious. That sounds stuck-up. LIke you just follow rules. I read somebody once who said religion is man's way to God. We make a list to follow that makes us good people in our own eyes, but we don't take into account what God wants." It's about a relationship not rules, we can never be good enough to follow the rules. "My dad once said that if you have somebody who loves you in the world, you don't need a whole lot more." Ain't that the truth. Having somebody that loves you will get you far in life. "I suppose if you want to hear God talking to you he'll do it in a way that you can hear eventually." He speaks to us all in different ways because we are all unique. He wants us all to hear His voice, sometimes it just means being still. "I nodded because I knew he was right, but sometimes your heart and the rest of you don't go in the same direction." We know in our heart what's right but that doesn't always make the choice an easy one. I recommend you read this book, it is so good. It will teach you that love doesn't always look like we think it will.