Listening to the story was upbeat and yet covered a serious subject and John told about his life effected by Aspergers. After reading his brother's book a was a bit concerned it might be to extreme but it really helps define Aspergers and how one can have a happy life. As I couldn't help laughing at many parts in the book. Loved listening to the story!
The funny vignettes into John's life.
Mark's voice was pleasing and helped lend to the emotion of the story.
I would have loved to listen in one sitting but I never have the amount of time. I did turn it on whenever I could!!!!
I have already recommended this book to friends.
The reading by the author, Ron McLarty, was exceptional. The story pulled me in. I was along for the great adventure. I couldn't stop listening. Usually I just listen when I'm driving. But I listened as I peel the vegtables, and made the beds, and before going to sleep.
One of the best book I've listened to. When I mention Garfield, friends say, "the cat." I've learned he was a great president and was sadly killed by a mad man and his own doctors.
It is so much more than just about the president as the story is intertwined with the historical figures of the time.
Paul Michael's makes the words come alive with his inflections.
When the doctors probed the president right after he was shot in the train station.
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