Schuyler’s Monster is a compelling account of a man becoming a father, followed by the realization that all was not well with his little girl. As he and his wife go through the process of finding out what is wrong and learning to advocate for their daughter, what is most striking is how Schuyler’s remarkable personality shines through, making the book as much her story as Rummel-Hudson’s.
I was first pointed to the author’s blog, Fighting Monsters with Rubber Swords, through a college friend I reconnected with a little while ago, and I have been lurking there up until now. In addition to running out and buying the book (or ordering it online), I would highly recommend visiting his blog and viewing the series of short videos he has posted of himself and his wife Julie talking about Schuyler, their journey and the book. You will be glad you did.