About the Book
There are some pretty heavy topics in this book. Racism, in specific. One important thing it brings up is how it shows how there is little difference between a white supremacist who vocally calls for the segregation of non-whites and a "normal person" who doesn't believe they're racist and yet they still do things like scoot down a few inches if a black person sits next to them on the bus.
Now, this author is great at writing cliches and what have you. It's something I expect from her. If that's something that bothers you, I don't recommend you read any of her books. Her books are gripping, contain topics that people don't much want to think about but are done in a fairly light way - think Hallmark movie. Also, I'm currently trying to convince my bookclub to read this.
If you're listening to the audiobook, I highly recommend you listen to the author's afterward. (it's probably in the print/ebook version as well). It explains why she picked this topic to write about and the research that went into it. This is absolutely the best book of hers I've read, by far.