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The story is well-developed and the characters are very real.
This writer shows great heart and caring in telling Howard's story, and I just hope it wasn't just some experiment in creative writing.
Communication is all we have to reach out to another person; to engender love or hate; to learn and share experience.
Bought this book, thinking it was from a different author! Nice book and fun to read!Published 21 days ago by Mathias Reinhardt
Not what I was expecting...depressing and sort of hollow. But not a bad read.Published 3 months ago by AJL102
tender thought provoking human story .
Very real perspective.
Loved the protagonist view of his own world.
Great character development
Interesting premise and well carried out. Thought it got a little predictable and skipped to the end about 2/3 of the way through.Published 4 months ago by Valorie A. Bader
I loved this book. The character stayed with me for days--he is irresistibly endearing and temperamental. And in so many ways a child himself that it's impossible not to love him. Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Lund
Just when I was so afraid that there was no way out for Howie, he was able to redeem himself! The characters will live with me for a long time.Published 8 months ago by Laveeta Harmon
I really loved this book. I loved the "family" that evolved of the housemates. I loved how Ryan got to be a real kid. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ann saeli
This book is fantastic.
I bought it used based on an amazon recommendation several years ago. At the time, I couldn't put it down... Read more
The Ha-Ha is about a man (Howard) who lost the ability to communicate after an injury to his brain during the Vietnam war. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rebecca Mugridge