" This book was a little bit strange to me. I am really interested in autism as I am a teacher and come across children with autism frequently. I thought it might be interesting to read a celebrity's account of her son's autism. The beginning of the book was really good and drew me in to her story. But then she started to get a bit pushy about her ideas about the origin and treatment of autism. It almost seemed like the book was pushing a very specific agenda. Also, I was very confused about her definition of "God". One minute she is talking about God in a Christian/Catholic sense and then she is reading tarot cards, asking Mormons to pray over her son, and looking at various Eastern religions. I realize that there are many people who believe that all roads lead to God, but I was just caught off guard by her switching back and forth between very different religions with very different beliefs. Overall, I didn't consider the book to be a waste of time and her love for her son is very evident. However, I don't think I would necessarily recommend this book to others. "
— Alison, 1/10/2014