After the Fire is the recovery story of two college boys who were badly burned in a dormitory fire January 19, 2000.
This book must have been complicated and difficult to write, considering the subject matter, but I feel that the author tried to simplify it for her readers, which resulted in a book that read like a very long Reader's Digest story, reinforcing every positive angle (the unfalteringness of the parents' faith, burn ward staff dedication, the boys' determination, etc.) in every chapter.
Personally, I was expecting something more complex. The people portrayed in this book had very minor flaws, if any, and nearly all negativity was filtered out, which made it seem a bit less true.
So, if you like--or at least don't mind--Reader's Digest-style stories, this might be right up your alley.