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Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Green
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Jun 04, 12

Budo is not an imaginary friend, Budo is real. He is the character that you love, laugh with, and actually feel so sad when he no longer exists …. Persist!

One thing for sure, this book is magically different. It is one book that leads you into the mind of a an extra ordinary child, who is different not because people see him as such, but because (as Budo said) he has a lot going on inside him that he doesn’t worry so much about what is going on outside him. Max is truly one brave child who is doing the most difficult thing that many others are not capable of doing: “going out to the world everyday being yourself when no one likes who you are”.

Every imaginary friend can touch the world, and this one touches your heart. And as Budo describes the changes in Max, his creator, who used to believe in him, and now no longer believes in imaginary friends, it is only that little smile that found its way to his sad face.

However, you end up really believing again in those imaginary friends, or maybe, guardian angels!

An absolute page-turner, highly recommended.
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