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Disappointing. I expected something wittier based in the awesome cover and smart title. A dark comedy. It is a long effort to teach the public about Aspergers syndrome.Published 11 months ago by Carlos Allende
In the "good-old" days when radiation was being touted as the latest postwar "wonder cure", several extremely unauthorized experiments were carried out, one of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Redcatlady
Marylou is a woman bent on revenge. As a young pregnant woman in Tennessee, she was part of a study using “vitamins” that instead included a radioactive compound. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michelle Boytim
Great book for teens. As an adult I found the characters superficial, so I'm saying 4 stars. The plot was well constructed and the story was fun to read, easy to follow.Published 18 months ago by Good Chemistry
Great book with an interesting dynamic and surprise at the end ... would definately recommend this to anyonePublished 18 months ago by Jordan Mudd
An easy read, lots of well developed strange characters. A light, entertaining read.Published 18 months ago by patricia pritz
If you like a quirky, fun story, (think of the movie plot and characters of The Grand Budapest) this is a super read! Very enjoyable and believeable, thoroughly entertaining. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Trinka G
It started off really slow but I did enjoy the book. Since it was set in my home town, that made it more interesting and also the two children with Aspergers were interesting too. Read morePublished 23 months ago by jean m holzapfel
It's a book that has to be finished. Good character development & story line and different from mainstream tales. Read morePublished on August 24, 2014 by Bonnie Mota