Lovely story, narrated beautifully.
Excellent title with a modern story line, but not sure why there needs to be 2 narrators for Max. Other than that, a great read.
I love authors exploring the issue, accepting and acknowledging everyone is different and that is to be celebrated, bringing current issues to light. The author succeeds in this as well as how messed up adults can be in what not to do. I also enjoy those aha moments when the title of a book becomes clear; this is is done well too. While I didn’t find this book to be at the same caliber as the books like Autoboyography and Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (to name just a couple), I did like the author’s effort in exploring the tough issues and bringing some unique issues to light.
With that said, I had a problem with the narration for Jordan. We he was speaking in dialogue as Max, it just didn’t work, which was too bad because the narration of Max’s voice is great.
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