House Rules by Jodi Picoult

I worked on this book for the Tpe, and I managed to read this huge book in English. Jodi Picoult is an American writer born in 1966. His book tells the story of an autistic child with asperger syndrome, reached seriously, he does not understand everything  that we told him and is enclosed in his bubble. Passionate of crime scene because, yes he has outsized intelligence, it will be accused to the murder of her guardian. It must be read,because we better understand the suffering of parents, relatives and autism itself, this book opens our eyes to the disease.

After this book, my judgment on autism has changed because yes it may not be normal but they are still human beings after all. All my respect to the author who has a good approach to the topic.

3 thoughts on “House Rules by Jodi Picoult

  1. the topic of this book is very interesting! On the same subject I read a very good book: Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, if you don’t know this novel it’s about a young man who have a mental impairment and we try to give him intelligence ( if you are interesting, I think I will do an article about it…). Thanks for your advice!

  2. I think I’ll read it, it looks very interesting and I like this kind of theme. Thank you for your suggestion !

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