One cannot help but root for Solomon, an agoraphobic teen who has not left the house in three years but all changes when Lisa and her boyfriend Clark come into his life. It is a heartwarming story about Sol’s struggles blended with lots of humor. This book is told in third person and alternating views between Solomon and Lisa which can take some getting used to.
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