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It is a beautiful gripping novel about identity, love, and human frailty.
Being a parent is challenging enough, but parenting an autistic child requires so much more effort, love, and patience, and all without a clear roadmap of the future.
It isn't a book to sit back and enjoy, though you will enjoy every minute of this story.
I highly recommend this novel because I learned so much about autism while reading it. It broadened my world while entertaining me. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Laura McHale Holland
Sometimes lives must be torn down in order to be rebuilt. Slip takes the reader through the growing pains often associated with marrying young, the isolation of growing apart, and... Read morePublished on September 1, 2011 by Ilonka M. O'Neil