The review below was written by Emily Hussey, a student at Loyola College Prep.
Colin Fischer by Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz
Colin Fischer, written by Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz, was intriguing to say the least. It is written in the third person perspective of Colin, who is a high school freshman with a gift. He has the deduction skills of a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. However, with this gift comes the perils of having Asperger’s syndrome -- Colin acts socially awkward and, at first, is rejected by his peers. Things affect Colin differently in ways people do not understand - for example, he hates the color blue. Also, he speaks exactly what is on his mind. Even if at times Colin can be blunt or borderline rude, at least he is honest, which is an admirable quality in this day and age.