Um, so basically the book "Follow Me" by Joanna Scott opens up with a guy jumping off of a bridge, kind of a downer, but honestly you cannot put this down after reading the first line. Everyone's families are dysfunctional and seek comfort in reading books that explore these types of families, it is especially fun when they are much more dysfunctional than yours. The main character, Sally, and her family are legitimately effed up.
This book teaches us about the bonds of the family, the strength of love and what the outcomes are when people are selfish with their love. Putting the book together with all of the writing techniques and Sally's idiosyncrasies, this is a book to be enjoyed for the package deal.