I finally finished this book last night. It is a wonderful book on perspective. It is about a child who is autistic and his neighbor’s dog is murdered. The book follows this child as he tries to solve this murder. The point of view is solely from his perspective. Something like this can teach all of us that we all see the world differently and we all cope with our problems differently. The most compelling part of the book was that this child did not like to be touched, but yet his parents long for that emotional and physical interaction with their child, an interaction that they know that they will never be able to have. I really liked this book.