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  • You will never regret buying this book cause it's simply great and awesome

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      “The curious incident of the dog in the night-time” was certainly a great book for me.

      The narrator of this book is Christopher Boone, a fifteen old autistic child. His journey/adventure started when his neighbour’s dog died mysteriously in the garden. He decided to become his own detective, touring around the city, determined to


      find the murderer. But eventually after the “journey”, he not only found out who’s the murderer of the dog, but many other facts that leave him astounded.

      This book was awesome all thanks to the author’s power of writing that provides a crystal clear perspective to what an autistic child’s view of things ...


      • are. It clearly narrates how he behaves, how he reacts to certain situations, and why is he exceptionally hostile to certain actions (like hugging).

        Throughout the book, there were also certain parts that were hilarious, and some parts that were heart-wrenching. It really amazes me how the author - Mark Haddon was able to

        combine so many elements of life into this 268-pages book.

        I’m not sure how many people have read this book before, but I’m sure it’s never too late to go down to the nearest bookstore and grab a copy of it. You will never regret buying this book cause it’s simply great and awesome!




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    Anthony says :

    Think about what Christopher says about metaphors and lies and their relationship to novels pp. 14 20 . Why is lying such an alien concept to him? In his antipathy to lies, Christopher decides not to write a novel, but a book in which everything I have written . . . is true p. 20 . Why do normal human beings in the novel, like Christopher`s parents, find lies so indispensable? Why is the idea of truth so central to Christopher`s narration?

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