Stuck in Neutral

By: Terry Trueman

Stuck in Neutral Book Review : By - Bryson Woodruff

This book is about a boy with cerebal pasly, his name is Shawn, but Shawn was very intelligent and remembered everything he has heard. The main characters are Shawn, his father and his mother. Not at all the characters were credible but his mother sure was. His father wasn't the best man in the world so you really couldn't believe some of the stuff he said. Shawn would've been trustworthy, but he couldn't talk only listen. Shawns mom has been both of Shawns parents because his father left them when Shawn was 4, because he couldn't take his son being in that much pain. Shawns dad later wrote a poem about Shawn and won a Pulizer Prize on the poem. My favorite character is Shawn by far, because even with his problem he still tries to be an regular person, but he just can't.

I loved the book, because it always kept you guessing about what is going to happen next. My favorite of the book is when one of his sisters friends comes over and he says he falls in love on first sight of her. He was just thinking about her and when she came and talked to him and he couldn't talked back really made him frustrated because he thought she was beautiful. I like every part of this book, at first I thought I wouldn't like it, but it ended up being a really good book. It was never a dull moment, there is nothing I would change out of the book.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes to be surprised, and likes mysterious books. Stuck in Neutral always kept you guessing what was going to happen. The book had me hooked the first day I read chapter 1.

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