The Boy in the Moon
A Father's Journey to Understand His Extraordinary SonBook - 2011
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Canadian journalist Brown writes of his gnawing search to understand the ineffable, unknowable meaning of his genetically impaired young son’s life. More than a family memoir, more than the story of his son Walker’s enigmatic, wordless world, this is a cri de coeur that voices every parent’s grief at the inevitable thwarting of the dreams and expectations they hold for their children. Brown’s fearless, unsentimental prose exposes the myth of easy answers that genetic testing seems to promise, and demands scrutiny of commonly held definitions about what constitutes a life worth living.
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