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    1. Kosciusko, MS
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      I didn't want to end the book
      October 19, 2011
      msea
      Kosciusko, MS
      Age: 45-54
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      I finished reading it last night! My first thought was that it should be made into a movie (a good one that meets the story in the book, scene for scene and leaves nothing out). I want to share this book/story with EVERYONE I know! I personally haven't been touched by autism but I found myself so attatched to this character that I wanted to yell out loud, "He's in there! He understands!" Loved, loved, loved this book. Seriously thinking about purchasing the audio verson now so that I can share this fantastic story with my family.

      Thank you Karen Kingsbury.
    2. Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      I could actually see the charaters in my mind. It
      July 18, 2011
      Connie Ambrose
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      This book would make a good movie. ould love to see that happen.
    3. Germantown, MD
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      What a great story.
      November 1, 2010
      Grandma J
      Germantown, MD
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      Quality: 5
      Value: 5
      Meets Expectations: 5
      I bought the audiobook and I wanted to just sit in my car until it was finished.
    4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      March 16, 2010
      barbara biira
      Holden Harris, 18, is locked in a prison of autism where hes been since he was a happy, boisterous three-year-old. At school he is bullied by kids who do not understand that despite his quiet ways and quirky behaviors, Holden is very happy and socially normal on the inside, where he lives in a private world all his own. Then one day the head cheerleader and star of the high school drama production is rehearsing when Holden stops and listens, clearly drawn to the music. Lauren Reynolds notices and takes an interest in him, learning about autism and eventually helping Holden win a spot in the school play. At the same time Lauren makes a dramatic discovery. Long ago, her parents and Holdens parents were good friends, and she and Holden played together until his diagnosis of autism, at which time Laurens mother distanced herself from the friendship. Now Laurens mom and her MLB baseball player are father are trapped in an unhappy marriage and a life that is shallow and meaningless. Not until a tragedy takes place at the high school does Lauren take a public stand against the way the more popular privileged kids treat those who are different. At the same time, Lauren continues to be a friend to Holden and in time their mothers realize that something special is happening. Hurts from the past are dealt with and all around Holden miracles begin to happen in various relationships. The greatest miracle is the change in Holden, himself, and everyone is stunned by the transformation they witness. Ultimately, the community comes to understand that many people walk around in a personal prison and that only by love and faith can the doors become unlocked, the way they dramatically do for Holden Harris.
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