Mouse

Mouse

Richard Ford Burley / May 30, 2020

Mouse Mouse wouldn t be your first choice to stop the apocalypse He wouldn t even be his own Primarily non verbal his file says anxiety and communication difficulty nevertheless considerably bright The w

  • Title: Mouse
  • Author: Richard Ford Burley
  • ISBN: 9781943419500
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mouse wouldn t be your first choice to stop the apocalypse He wouldn t even be his own Primarily non verbal, his file says, anxiety and communication difficulty, nevertheless considerably bright The world s too loud for Mouse, all his dials are set to eleven, and just talking let alone making friends presents a very real challenge But for reasons he can t imagine, aMouse wouldn t be your first choice to stop the apocalypse He wouldn t even be his own Primarily non verbal, his file says, anxiety and communication difficulty, nevertheless considerably bright The world s too loud for Mouse, all his dials are set to eleven, and just talking let alone making friends presents a very real challenge But for reasons he can t imagine, a purple haired punk named Bliss has Decided They re Friends, and things for once are looking up.Then, he meets a ghost and learns some magic, while an ancient cabal of alchemists and sorcerers alternately try to kidnap and enlist him Because, you see, he s their last hope for saving the world, and the proverbial clock is ticking.Mouse wouldn t be your first choice to stop the apocalypse But then, sometimes life makes these choices for you.

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    1. See more of my reviews on my blog the Book DeviantWhere do I even start? This book packs such a huge punch, that I don't even know what I want this review to focus on. I feel like a lot of people won't know or recognize this book, but I'll be making it my job so this book has more readers, because it deserves more than it's got at the moment.Mouse starts out a little slow, but I was never bored with how interesting the characters were. Mouse himself, who's actual name is Simon, is a character [...]


    2. Mouse, both the book and the main character, excel at confounding and exceeding your expectations. Characters and situations that could be well-worn tropes in the hands of others (an awkward kid trying to fit in at school, a character who is an unexpected Chosen One, an instant friend with shades of Manic Pixie Dream Girl-ness) are made new and interesting in this novel. The "awkward kid" is on the Autism spectrum, and finds inventive ways to make sure that his worldview is understood, and his " [...]


    3. MOUSE is a book that grabs you from page one and won't let go. Giving voice to a perspective rarely heard from, the main character, Mouse, is on the Autism spectrum, and his unique way of seeing the world is a welcome change from that of most modern YA heros. It is also beautifully written, with crisp and unusual turns of phrase adding depth to the experiences of the characters.This book surprised me over and over, twisting and turning from Mouse's interactions at a new school, and the unexpecte [...]


    4. After about 20 pages in, I couldn't put it down. I'm one of those people who can usually see plot twists coming from a mile away, but Mouse kept me on my toes until the last page. When novels are heavy on plot it sometimes comes at the expense of character, but that's not the case here -- each character feels so grounded and alive, I wanted to spend more time with them after the book was over. (Mouse's mom, June, was my unexpected personal favorite.)


    5. All the while reading this I was picturing it playing out as an Anime series. Good character development. I'd love to see this turned into a Anime or Manga or both.



    6. An excellent, compelling read that will appeal to adults of all ages!An extremely well-written novel, the story line builds in the first few chapters along with the characters to the point that the reader is compelled to continue reading and seek out the plot conclusion. The use of the English language is exquisite. Utilising an efficient and compact style, the author eloquently takes the reader through the journey through time. Described as written for Young Adults, this will appeal equally to [...]


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