Benjam itibaren Arurpatti, Tamil Nadu, Hindistan
This book was less about Henry, more about raising kids with autism spectrum disorder. But I have interst in both subjects and found it a good read. Nowadays, they have specially trained autism support dogs...Henry had to figure it out on his own!
Eh, it was ok. Not a strong argument. Good for someone who already believes marketing is hurting everyone, but it didn't seem like any of the arguments were good enough to convert someone who believed strongly the other way.
I'm not sure exactly how I feel about the second installment of the Theatre Illuminata series. I very much enjoy Bertie, and the fairies, Nate, and even Ariel, but in reading this I felt so lost. The book seemed to be a little all over the place, so I was glad that the thread of finding Nate was there in the center. There were fun parts, and I'm looking foward to picking up the third installment, and seeing what happens with the Sea Goddess and the Bird Man (especially the outcome of Bertie's parents).