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Schuyler's Monster by Robert Rummel-Hudson
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Jul 23, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: biography

A book that had me laughing, moody, crying, and left me hopeful. Currently, my toddler's monster has not been fully uncovered. The family takes it one day at a time. One huge bit of information that I had not yet come across was the communication technology. When I read that there were such devices, I immediately started exploring the options. I am extremely grateful to Mr. Hudson for providing his thoughts about the devices and Schuyler's reactions. As wrenching as some of the passages are, I love this book.

On a side issue mentioned by Mr. Hudson, having nothing to do with the intent of the book, it seems he thinks all atheists lack hope. I disagree.

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