My Thoughts: I am completely addicted to the show Sister Wives and completely torture the hubs with it so when I saw they had a book out, I knew I had to read it. I must say that I really enjoyed it and there is a lot more information in the book about the family than you see on television.
The book is broken up into big sections and in each section, you get to read each of the four wives' perspective on that aspect of their family. I think this provides a unique look at the family dynamic as each wife explains things, events, etc. in quite a different way than their other sister wives' might. The book discusses how the family was affected when each wife joined the family and how each wife dealt with their marriage to Kody as well as the family as a whole. I'll be honest and say that from watching the show, I really don't like Robin and Meri. However, the book gave me a different perspective on Robin and I dislike her less now than I used to. Meri came off as kind of a bully and as someone who claimed to want to live the polygamous lifestyle but didn't want to be very accomodating to some of her sister wives. What I think was most interesting about this book, is how little we see of Kody's perspective. His point of view is kind of interwoven within each wives' story rather than him having his own section.
Overall, if you are a fan of the television show, you will enjoy thi sbook. It is a fast, easy read and definitely gives you more background as to how the family works. 4 stars.