So now you have somewhat a background of the book. My opinion, however, is this. The book starts off pretty slow at first. You dwell on her life for roughly half the book, but at the same time, you get a glimpse of what she is living through. The other half of the book is a bit more interesting. That is when a few things happen, people start to be missing and so forth. At first, when I started to read the book, I kind of put it down expecting the whole book to be like the first half. But after a day or two, I kept it up and was more and more interested in it everyday until it was done. I would have to say that this was a good book to read. There are also some excerpts taken out of the book that left some curiousity. This is the most annoying this that Reardon has done to the book. On the addy listed below is where you can find the missing parts, you need to keep clicking the diary excerpts until you get to the last page. There is a link to the missing parts there.
After the book is done, you might want to know more information about the site or are interested in Reardon's research. For those curious, I would advise them to check out the website. http://www.beaumontuniversity.net There are links there to check out about the house, family and Dr. Reardon.