In a stream of consciousness from a teenage boy with special needs (sounds like autism), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time tells of being a detective to find out who killed Wellington (a dog), finding out way more than expected, and what happens after the answer is found. I really liked the narration style, though I was thrown off a bit when the first chapter was chapter 2 (chapter numbers are all prime numbers). I think the author really captured the voice of his narrator very well and believably. I highly recommend this book to mid-teens and up.
5 (out of 5) Stars
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