Do You Think This Is Strange? by Aaron Cully Drake

The house I work for published this book. Technically I’m not breaking any [of my own] rules by sharing this review, because I didn’t write it—the lovely Naomi over at Consumed by Ink did! But seriously, this is an amazing book. You should all read it.

Consumed by Ink

In order for me to tell you I have nothing to say, I have to say it, which means I have something to say.

9781927366387Quite simply, I loved this book.

Do You Think This Is Strange? is being compared to The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night (which I haven’t read) and The Rosie Project (which I have). I haven’t run into too many people who haven’t liked The Rosie Project, and I am here to tell you that I loved this one more. It felt so much more genuine and meaningful, while still possessing the humour and feel-good qualities that made people fall in love with The Rosie Project.

Meet Freddy; he is seventeen, he has few friends, he avoids talking to people, and he has autism. His has a rocky relationship with his alcoholic father, and he believes his mother left him because of his autism…

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