This is one of those books that it’s terribly hard to compartmentalize.
What I liked: I think this book is a wonderful testament not only to Michael and his family but to all who require and give care for the ‘disabled’.
I loved how Michael saw God’s hand working in his life even when he didn’t necessarily want to. I also loved how this book reminded me of the trials that our family has endured and how we can see Him through it all.
What I didn’t like: Though it fit well in the story there was some language and innuendo that made this book for a more mature audience. If it hadn’t been for that, I’d have recommended this to my teens.
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