As the author of this book, Paul Griffin knows his characters inside and out. His narration sparkles with all the nuances that his intimate knowledge brings. The plot involves a foster home, a stray dog, the death of an adoptive parent, and other significant events. As the preteens in the story, Gri... more »
Heffernan explores the internet as if it were a literary novel, accentuating the ways in which new meaning and ways of life are represented while also critiquing some of the changes it has wrought. Though Heffernan's narration of the introduction is enjoyable, the audiobook is much better as deliver... more »
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