Proud Parents by Kristopher Rufty
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: PROUD PARENTS by Kristopher Rufty
Whenever I read a novel containing a child with a terminal illness, I think, "this must be a parent's worst nightmare." Then I read about a stranger abduction: "no, this is the worst!" While both of these are terrifying and all too prevalent, another nightmare exists: what if your child is born "deformed"?
The child in PROUD PARENTS, through no fault of his own, is not completely human--hardly at all, in fact. His parents still love him immensely--they've moved cross country to protect him and hide his secret. See, Gabe possesses unusual appetites. And he'll go to extraordinary lengths to protect himself.
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