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the novel is very honest, intelligent and deeply moving and explores the value of a single human life. Ian Brown’s son Walker is one of only 300 people worldwide who suffer from cardiofaciocutaneous (CFC) syndrome, which is a genetic mutation which results in unusual facial expression, inability to speak, etc. Brown travels the globe to answer the questions which his doctor could not answer.
What makes this book stand out?
The novel stands out because it is a father's candid, heart-wrenching account of raising, loving and gain insight into his severely disabled son.
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This is the best book to read because it is an absorbing and revealing work of startling frankness.
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The novel is very emotional