I am not a man who is often free with praise. So listen when I say this. Don Miller is a good writer, and this is by far my favorite book of his so far. Most of Miller's books are tied loosely around a theme, with a lot of personal reflection, with the idea of making you think about faith in some unique ways.
This book is more powerful. It is about Don's experience growing up in a single parent family without a father figure, and how that has shaped the person he has become. It is brilliant. And, growing up without a father in the house, I can identify with the book a lot. It is not a self-help book or a therapy book, but a memoir of one aspect of Donald Miller's spiritual journey.
And, when the book is endorsed by Jeff Foxworthy on the back cover, it is even more of a must read.
Grab a hold of it in a bookstore and read for five or ten minutes. You will not be able to put it down!