The content of this book is fascinating. I really appreciate Mr. Nurmi 's ability to be both objective about the facts of the case, and transparent about his reactions and thoughts. He clearly cuts through the simplistic sensationalizing of this case, and details the complexities that made up the truth of this real life tragedy. Many people, unfortunately don't seem to have this ability, and this book is a lesson in what real ethical behavior looks like.
I did, however, find the book difficult to read because of severely uneven editing. The book reads like a sort of folksy stream-of-consciousness memoir that never got past the first draft. Some sentences are easy to understand - short and to the point. Others took several re-readings to understand because of a lack of punctuation (usually commas), long convoluted structures, or mismatched parts.
Still, I have only admiration for Mr. Nurmi's clear dedication to objectivity and personal responsibility.
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