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Shine Shine Shine (edition 2012)

by Lydia Netzer

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Title:Shine Shine Shine
Authors:Lydia Netzer
Info:St. Martin's Press (2012), Hardcover, 320 pages
Collections:Your library, Audiobooks
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I read this because of the robot concept. To me, this book was a lot of different pieces that didn't fit that well together. And then once in a while the author would insert something that she thought was "quotable" but it didn't really go with the rest. Also it seemed almost offensive to autistic kids : the idea that, with enough love and patience, something with autism can cast away medicine; they just need good enough parents. ( )
  abbeyhar | Jul 23, 2014 |
I read this because of the robot concept. To me, this book was a lot of different pieces that didn't fit that well together. And then once in a while the author would insert something that she thought was "quotable" but it didn't really go with the rest. Also it seemed almost offensive to autistic kids : the idea that, with enough love and patience, something with autism can cast away medicine; they just need good enough parents. ( )
  abbeyhar | Jul 23, 2014 |
I read this because of the robot concept. To me, this book was a lot of different pieces that didn't fit that well together. And then once in a while the author would insert something that she thought was "quotable" but it didn't really go with the rest. Also it seemed almost offensive to autistic kids : the idea that, with enough love and patience, something with autism can cast away medicine; they just need good enough parents. ( )
  abbeyhar | Jul 23, 2014 |
I couldn't really get into it...I wanted to like it, the writing was OK, but the characters/story just didn't capture my attention. ( )
  Julia.Reeb | Jul 23, 2014 |
I did not finish this book so I will not give it a rating. This is a very quirky story that just never clicked for me. It wasn't a bad read nor was it not well written. It was simply not to my liking.
  ElizabethBevins | May 6, 2014 |
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When fabricated aspects of their picture-perfect world are embarrassingly exposed by a car accident, Sunny Mann, a woman longing for an ideal life, and Maxon, her savant astronaut husband, struggle through blame and fear before confronting realities about their deep bond.… (more)

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