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    Amazing and disturbing

    “...that the best solution to a problem often masqueraded as the simplest one.” Hunter, the only child of two PhDs, presented with such difficult issues, his Mother had been forced into a long term hiatus from her work as a geneticist to care for him. Only after work forced her to return did Hunter begin to develop into his own person. Still primarily non-verbal, his awareness scores way above the rest of the members of his “class”. And his frustration grows, causing some harm to himself until someone hands him a key, which opens both his abilities and his understanding. Hunter gets bullied and the result sends him across the country to spend the summer with his mother’s father; a medical doctor. There is such a connection and Hunter begins to learn more about how development happens, and, with that, begins his journey to “revenge” on the ones who bullied him. This book was a daunting task. The story of Hunter Miller and his battles with himself started out so sad! Mis(?)diagnosed on the nonverbal end of the Autism Spectrum, everyone treated him as a kid with special needs. Little did they know.... Does he like doing this? My guess is no. Hunter is a gentle soul who “gets it”. Will you root for him? Probably. Does he believe in himself? He learns how to. My thought is that the author, Darin C.Brown, has left the ending wide open to see how Hunter uses his demons in the future. Highly Recommended 5/5 Trigger warnings: bullying and it’s response [disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher and voluntarily reviewed it]
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