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The writing style is simple, as you would expect of an eighth-grader, easy to follow and engaging. The characters are believable and sympathetic. The life in a small town in Florida is vividly portrayed. It’s an enjoyable read.
The central character in this story is a man who cannot speak, which certainly presents challenge to any author, in terms of bringing such a character to life. Vachowski is more than up to this challenge, and in his hands, Poppy is portrayed in living color, as are all the other characters, including the young boy who serves as narrator for the story. The author has a good command of character and a steady hand when it comes to effectively using images and description to bring his story to life. Spend some time in Christmas...you'll be glad you did.
I personally expected a darker ending, but I think everyone enjoys a happy ending.