This book is so many feelings wrapped up in one. When a child is put into the system it is 100% about the child and while yes it is so important and in the best interest of the child to focus on them what happens when they take the child in traumatic circumstances force more trauma and then use that child for fostered adoption? What happens when the agency that was created to protect children starts using them as pawns? I think this book opens the door to the more sinister side of CPS and the toll it takes on a biological parent, the family and the community around that child. Although I believe there are some cases that require social assistance. I believe most are not, and this book shows where that corruption goes.