Posted in Not Mock Newbery

Mindblind, by Jennifer Roy

Summary: Fourteen-year-old Nathaniel Clark, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, tries to prove that he is a genius by writing songs for his rock band, so that he can become a member of the prestigious Aldus Institute, the premier organization for the profoundly gifted. 256 p., Marshall Cavendish.



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3 thoughts on “Mindblind, by Jennifer Roy

  1. i loved this book. I liked the character development and the overall plot.I thought that it was really uniqe and had really distinguished literature.

  2. Mindblind is such a wonderful book I think it should win Newbery!!! it contains wonderful character development and I felt like this book was so amazing, too actually understand the relationship between parents and child.

  3. This book was really interesting to read. It was a complete story with origional characters and plot. However, I found that some parts of it were really confusing and hard to understand. Regardless, I would recommend this book to people who love math and books dealing with mental disorders. It was a good read.

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