Jaycee apologizes in the beginning that her story isn't perfectly linear because it isn't perfectly linear in her mind. She admits that this book is one way she is working through the awful things that happened to her. And while it isn't perfect, none of these detract from her telling of her life story. The format makes it a quick read and illustrates her remarkable inner strength.
I feel awkward giving something like this a point value--it is such a personal project that it really shouldn't be judged. One thing that seemed oddly left out was Jaycee's relationship with her daughters during her captivity. She discusses her want for privacy for her daughters after the fact, but I would have appreciated her addressing that relationship head-on, even if would have just been something along the lines of, "I do not plan to discuss my relationship with my daughters because I respect their privacy." Not including hardly anything at all seemed like a strange omission.