Claire Mathew Mathew itibaren Texas
fantastic fantastic fantastic. My favorite book ever is Mountains Beyond Mountains. This reminded me so much of that book. The relationships Greg formed were fascinating. The acceptance he found from a beautiful, misunderstood people renewed my hope. Haji Ali was an incredible man. I learned lessons from him as they were described in the book, just as Greg had. The conditions children live in there among the ruins of war is abhorrent. Greg truly is changing the world. No one can deny that. Just a phenomenal read. I recommend it to everyone.
Told from the perspective of Christopher, an autistic 15-year-old, as he tries to solve a mystery and writes down his discoveries in a book while unearthing his father's lies and journeying to London on his own. Though the author himself isn't autistic, the book's perspective is unique with twists and diversions that add to the book, rather than detract from it. (For example, there is an appendix that explains how the main character solved a tricky math problem, but his teacher didn't think he needed to include it in the body of the book... and all the chapter numbers are prime.)