James O. Grundvig - Epoch Times
In her no-holds-barred storytelling style, her prose peppered with blunt and profane language, Ms. Decker delivers the autism family in a new light: Vexing, prone to mischief, and painfully funny. . . . As a father of an 11-year-old autistic boy, I can relate to the unchartered journey a parent and spectrum child take when the diagnosis—the hard truth—emerges about a kid’s developmental issues.
Thus, the joy in Ms. Decker’s book is not only her self-deprecating humor, as mother-as-fireman putting out the boys’ daily fires of trouble, but the lessons and observations she shares that transcend all family types, cultures, and backgrounds.