Can you imagine living in thirteen houses and five countries by the time you were nine years old? Even that seems excessive for members of the military. You might think it’s unusual, but you don’t question it too much as a child growing up like that because that’s all you’ve ever known. But, when the authorities show up at your house and you find out your family has been living a lie and your name isn’t even your own, you know something isn’t right. Tyler Wetherall writes about the experience of living life on the run and her drug-smuggling Dad’s attempts to stay one step ahead of the law in No Way Home: A Memoir of Life on the Run.