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The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
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Dec 19, 11

bookshelves: mystery, young-adult

When their cousin, Salim, gets onto the London Eye and appears to never get off, Kat and Ted set out to find him. The book is told from Ted's point of view with his autistic mind.

This is a great mystery in itself, but it is made even better because it is told by Ted. It is really interesting trying to see the world from his perspective. It is also great to see that because he sees things in a different way, he is more successful at solving the mystery.

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