The first chapter of this book is absolutely boring, thanks to Judith rambling on about travelling to Halifax. Anyway, I found that Judith didn't write enough about Sarah's life before she released "Touch" in 1988, but you can't get everything you want, right? I also found that Judith wrote far too much Sarah's supposed stalker and not enough about the process Sarah went through to write her beautiful songs. I did enjoy Judith's comments about Terry McBride (Sarah's manager) because I have found him to be a bit of a money grubber and a control freak when it comes to Sarah. When I originally reviewed this book I gave it 1 star, but I've re-read the book and it's quite obvious Judith loves Sarah as a musician, but that she didn't want to give a biased view of the life and career of Sarah McLachlan.