Engaging . . . a story of commitment and betrayal, responsibility and perseverance. Slip
lures you in. ----Rogue Books
Correctly mirrors the lives of many parents struggling with a diagnosis of autism for their child. Eventually, calmer days do come to pass, and one sees the wonderment, strength and beauty of a child living with autism. ----Genevieve Athens, Executive Director, Autism Society of Oregon
A 21-st-century, up-close-and-personal look at the complexities of being a single parent raising an autistic child. --Kelly Howell, author of Deep Insight
About the Author
Tanya Savko is the author of the Web site TeenAutism.com. She lives in southern Oregon with her two sons, one of whom has autism. Slip
is her first novel.