Dannie and BLV - I'm glad you guys liked Perks of Being a Wallflower. I enjoyed it too. I was interested in the main character but moreso with with the friend he was writing to. I really wanted to know who his friend was. BLV - Just curious, what made you think he had autism/aspergers?Posted by uneek1323
I read Between The Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys for 15pts July, Aug. Sept NBC book. I really enjoyed the book and would recommend it to anyone. I didn't learn anything about this part of WW2 and it was eye opening.
Jess you cannot quot;reusequot; a category and still collect points.nbsp; One book/one category. Posted by LaBellaVita23
Just his mannerisms and complete lack of social awareness. Based on my limited knowledge of Asbergers, that seems to be a common trait and would explain a lot of his behavior. Then after doing some research on the book, it seems to be a common theory.Posted by LaBellaVita23
Thanks, I will bookmark it. @JLQ- So you would recommend Matched? I downloaded and read a sample on my Kindle and I liked it, but I wasn't really sure where the story would go after reading the first two chapters. If you recommend it, I will go ahead and buy it. Posted by ms.jess