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When Jacob Hunt is accused of murder, all of the hallmarks of his Asperger's syndrome begin to make him look guilty. Picoult takes her time developing her characters and offers deep insights into their thoughts, slowing down the story but painting a total picture of live with and around Asperger... Read More »
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“I don’t believe in self-pity. I think it’s for people who have too much time on their hands. Instead of dreaming of a miracle, you learn to make your own. But the universe has a way of punishing you for your deepest, darkest secrets; and as much as I love my son—as much as Jacob has been the star around which I’ve orbited—I’ve had my share of moments when I silently imagined the person I was supposed to be, the one who got lost, somehow, in the daily business of raising an autistic child.”
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