I'm reading A Cracking of the Heart, by David Horowitz. It's the story of his examination of his relationship with his adult daughter, Sarah, who died young. I read the reviews, and thought that it would be a god gift for my daughter, Shannon, as there were some similarities between Sarah and her.
The gift was a hit - when I asked her about it later, she was enthusiastic, saying it was one of the best gifts she'd received that year.
Unfortunately, I hadn't read the book before I gave it. I meant to borrow it back, but hadn't. Therefore, I was pleasantly surprised to find it was available digitally through the library.