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Kids' Book Review: Review: Eye to Eye

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THE GIRL WHO TOOK AN EYE FOR AN EYE - by David Lagercrantz - The Girl Who/With series (Book Review)

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Sacks, a practicing neurologist, does specialize in case studies of highly unusual patients. You may never have confused your spouse for an item of outerwear, but have you ever failed to recognize the face of an acquaintance? Fumbled for a word that eluded your grasp? For those who wonder just how Sacks locates such people, it soon becomes clear that many of his patients find him, after recognizing themselves in his writing. They enter his care through the pages of his books, and in turn become characters in his next round of stories. The sufferers who write to Sacks receive a deeply empathetic response. Of one correspondent, a woman who has lost the capacity to read but, remarkably, retains the ability to write , Sacks notes that he responded to her by telephone.

S wedish journalist Stieg Larsson planned 10 instalments in his Millennium series before his untimely death. The three novels he did write, beginning with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo , had energy, spectacular violence and superb plotting. The series made a fortune and, as no good deed goes unpunished, it has been turned into a franchise. Obsessive and antisocial, she was forged in the crucible of violence she experienced as a child. She took the kind of revenge on rapists and paedophiles that most only fantasise about, taking on powerful, corrupt men with righteous but lawless violence.

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