This is much less a "True Story of a ... Guide Dog... Ground Zero" than it is a "True story of a Blind Man..." but that's OK, I enjoyed it just the same. I sure learned a lot about how modern day blind people fare in the US, and I'm happy and thankful for that, but I was really wanting to learn more about the dog and about the whole ground zero business. However, it did occur to me that the people directly involved probably knew less about what was happening than anyone else.
Also, the overweening Christian essays came as an abrupt surprise, not what I was looking for at all. Still, the story was a good one, and I'm happy to have read it. If I had known ahead of time that it was so heavy in religious lectures, I woulnd't have picked up the book, and would have missed out on learning just a little bit about this wonderful guide dog, Roselle.