January First: A Child's Descent into Madness and Her Father's Struggle to Save Her - Michael Schofield
  If this book was a novel I probably would have rated it higher.  Since it was a true story, I thought it was just ok.  I found myself not liking Michael very much.  Instead of being united with his wife, I felt that he chose to make it him and Janni against the world.  If this had been a novel I would have been able to get on board with some of the decisions that were made like having another child when there was so much turmoil already in the household.  But since it is a true story it felt like Michael was more worried about himself and what he was losing and going through.  I would like to see how Susan perceived what happened.  As books of this nature go I found it very self serving.