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Read this some years ago and still love it. Thinly disguised fiction, and all the better for it.
Can't recommend it enough. Read more
Loved the Movie enough to purchase the book. I don't read much, but this was a good read that offered a little more detail to the story than the movie did.Published 14 days ago by Cruiser24
Written by one of the most prolific Sci-Fi writers of the past 50 years, The Martian Child hits all the marks.Published 1 month ago by Rebecca Swope
Insightful, humorous and poignant story of an adoptive parent's discovery of his son. At times you forget you are reading fiction. Timely and relevant still after all these years.Published 1 month ago by MystriaMazin
However our children come to us, we are clueless and have to learn to communicate at their level of vocabulary. Cries, nuances, analogies, fantasies... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Carole McGillicuddy
really sweet, insightful story about a new father adjusting to accepting his adopted son. Touching and humorous.Published 3 months ago by Laura Sherman
It takes a special man to love a Martian child. This loving and honest portrayal of a single man's search to find and adopt his son makes it clear that David Gerrold was the right... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Janice L. DAgostino
This is probably one of the first books involving adoption that wasn't a treatise on 'how to be the best parent ever' or how not to off yourself in the process. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is a wonderful heart wrenching true story of adoption.Published 4 months ago by Rose H. Morehouse