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It is a beautiful gripping novel about identity, love, and human frailty.
I found "Slip" to be an engaging portrayal of life with autism, as well as a compelling portrait of a failing marriage and subsequent new start in life.
It isn't a book to sit back and enjoy, though you will enjoy every minute of this story.
As a mother of an adult child with Autism and a teenager with Asperger's, I have found Slip a most intriguing story that has depth, courage, and love. Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by JP Osterman
This is a book in which you expect to sit back and enjoy. What you get is an experience learning what it means to live in a home with autism. Read morePublished on February 3, 2011 by T. Webster