Knowledge Jeannette Facades' account is a bit like watching matter IDIOT box, in that you keep going because you almost can't believe your scans. I found myself just shaking my head in one for the books as I read how her fathers led their heirs and assigns from one crazy, dangerous mode to another, and how her creator seemingly convinced herself that this was a great way to live. The book is well-written, and what stands out most about it is that Facades isn't bitter or judgemental in her retelling of these events--in fact, that'hardihood one of the stuffs that kept me from giving it 4 draws. At the end of the book, I was left wondering, "So what?" How did this tender age disturb the way she lives/feels now? How do Jeannette and her siblings feel about their fathers and their tender age? These stuffs are barely hinted at near the end, and I would have liked a little more commentary along with her narration.