Told partly through the pages of Colin's diary, the story moves along at a brisk pace and has a deft, compassionate touch.
Also, as a former educator I would recommend this book to teachers, parents and teens to help them understand the problems Asperger's children face.
This book is a good one, and I enjoyed reading it and getting into Colin's head as well as watching the reactions of those around him.
My son picked this book and I read it too. It was quite insightful and detailed taking you through the observations of a fascinating character. Read morePublished 20 days ago by MARTIN H GARZA JR
I do not remember this book. It must have been a Christmas gift for my grandson. I have no feedback on this.Published 4 months ago by Book Chick
This is a great story, in particular about how much kids change as they go through childhood, but also because of the protagonist's "disability."Published 5 months ago by T. Jones
This book will probably not have a huge following. The footnotes could be annoying especially on the Kindle when you were ready to go to the next chapter and had to page through... Read morePublished 7 months ago by K-12librarian
I enjoyed entering into the mind and thoughts of a boy with Asperger's Syndrome. Other teachers should read this book!Published 8 months ago by David Puckett
Colin Fischer is a fascinating, tense, heart-warming and well-crafted mystery. Colin has Asperger's syndrome. Read morePublished 11 months ago by PDXbibliophile