Rendered unable to speak, read, or write after a Vietnam War injury thirty years earlier, Howard Kapostash feels trapped by his disability until his high school sweetheart, recently forced into rehab, asks him to care for her nine-year-old son.
I found this book rather enjoyable. The emotions and observations from a man who most had written off after his injuries. The connections he was making in his mind did not quite extend to others. I found the characters were well written, I found the conversations were easily readable. This was overall a good book, I found this in my sister’s high school reading list. I’m glad I picked it up and decided to read.