Lisa and her Autistic son Tim have moved to suburban neighborhood for a fresh start in life. Yet soon discover they are looked at very questionably by the neighbors. People Lisa initially trusts, but Tim never takes to at all. Is there something more at work here, or does Tim just not trust too many people? Also, there is a man who constantly has his eye on Lisa. Is he himself a strange individual she cannot trust, or does he himself known something about these people? Expanded alternate version of the previous Kindle book of the same name as well as Puzzles Can Be Murder.
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I originally selected this book because I do have a pre-teen son who is Autistic. First I read the text, and then I listened to it as an audio book. When listening to the book, I was able to feel the pain and the terror of this young boy in the author's voice. The girl (who I was impressed with her boy voice) did an excellent job researching and getting the feel of an autistic child.
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Even though I do not work with this age student, I definitely see the similarities amongst mine and the character in the book. I enjoyed how the narrator was able to see through the eyes of the character and know how he is feeling.
Stupid story, poorly written and so poorly narrated, it was almost impossible to listen to. I would suggest the girl who narrated should find something that doesn't involve acting or reading aloud and the author should not give up his day job
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