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The Barnstable Chronicles: Book 5 - Beautiful Boy

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The fifth book in The Barnstable Chronicles is probably the most requested story.

Beautiful Boy is the story of Noah Danner, the son of Charlie and Jacob. Noah has always been a favorite character of my readers. YOU SHOULD READ STITCHER AND THE PRODIGY BEFORE READING THIS STORY!

My challenge is to tell the story from Noah's point of view and remain faithful to his character. At the same time, great care has been taken to be non-offensive.

Noah Danner is a beautiful boy on the Autism Spectrum. This story is told from Noah's point of view and in the first person. My writing style in this story is completely different from any other story I have written.

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  • Action Packed 2
  • Addictive/Pacing 4
  • Characters 5
  • Cliffhanger 2
  • Smoldering 3
  • Tearjerker 2
  • Unique 5
  • World Building 4

  • Love 4
  • I Read It 1

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chris191070

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

This is the 5th book in the Barnstable Chronicles Series.

This was probably the most challenging book to write because it is written in the first person and from the views of a boy on the Autism Spectrum.

This is the fantastic story of Noah Danner. We follow his fantastic story from when Charlie and Jacob become his Daddy. We are introduced to the rest of his family, David and Nana. 

We follow Noah's journey as he grows up from a scared young boy with a best friend in Timmy, who becomes his first boyfriend.

We watch his journey when they move to New York and he has to make new friends. We follow him through his first job at the zoo. At the university we meet his mentor Billy who helps him grow into a bright and successful young man.

This is a beautiful story that is written with care and attention to detail to someone on the Autism Spectrum, there are sad times and fun times in Noah's story.

A truly wonderful story that I higly recommend.

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flesco

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

This was an incredibly powerful story about a young boy who lives his life on the Autism Spectrum and how he faces the societal stigma associated with this poorly understood disability. He shares his experiences in the first person and gives the readers a chance to experience the world from a different perspective. You will be inspired, saddened, exhilarated, angered and amazed by this frank and unique experience. You will learn about how he see’s his world and how he learns how to navigate the problems he encounters and triumphs in the end. I truly appreciate the extraordinary effort that went into creating this story and the utterly amazing characters. This is a must read! 😃❤️

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