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The book follows the story around Catlin’s world where everything is black or white. Things are good or bad for her, that is how her brother explained things. But then Catlin’s brother passed away, and her father had no idea what to do with Catlin. We later get to know that Catlin suffers from Asperger’s. While trying to find something, anything, Catlin stumbles upon the definition of “closure” and instantly decides that that’s what she needs. In her search for closure, Catlin realizes everything is not black and white.
What makes this book stand out?
The exceptionally well-written plot and inspiring message make for a good read.
Read it for
The plot is exceptional, and the characters are well crafted.
Don't read it for
The narration in the book seems bland, and at times the Catlin becomes overly literal.