For too long, fathers separated from their children have not had a voice. This book finally lets them have their say, highlighting the crazy injustice of the British legal system. Read it and be appalled. Meet Terry, a designer, whose daughter has only been allowed to stay with him for two nights in the last two years. Despite legal aid funding, his ex-wife has consistently ignored court orders to give him access. Meet Rory, a computer programmer, whose ex took their children abroad, then turned them against him. Or Steve, depressed and unemployed, who has only been allowed to see his kids under social services' supervision, while his ex has married a man with a violent criminal record. In this book all kinds of men talk about their experiences and fears, from a jailbird to (amazingly) a judge. Ten fathers tell their stories at length. Some of them are members of Fathers for Justice, but this is not a manifesto for their protest-group. It is merely an attempt to give a voice to the often forgotten victims of broken homes - the dads.