Karen Todd Hagen's Reviews > Schuyler's Monster: A Father's Journey with His Wordless Daughter

Schuyler's Monster by Robert Rummel-Hudson
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Feb 26, 09

Read in February, 2009

I really enjoyed this book. The author's unconditional love for his daughter was truly touching and his openness and honesty was refreshing. The fact that his political and religious views are very much in line with mine added to my reading pleasure as well. The only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars is that I felt the author spent too much time in the beginning talking about himself and his wife. I suppose he wanted to have a good feel for the kind of people they are, their marriage, life situation, etc., as that certainly affects how a person parents. However, I began the book expecting--and wanting--to read about this little girl, Schuyler, and I had to get through about a third of the book before she was even born.
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