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Calvin believes all his problems can be solved if he can get the creator of Calvin & Hobbes to rewrite the ending. Then his hallucinations can end and he can be normal.
This is the first book I have ever read that features a character with schizophrenia and experiences hallucinations. Calvin could hear Hobbes his old stuffed tiger talking to him, but Calvin knows that it can't be real.
All throughout this book, he goes on a dangerous journey across a frozen lake to see this author. The further he goes on, he comes new people that has him questioning what is real. I thought this was incredibly well done.
This book is told as if Calvin was writing a letter which is why this is such a short book.
I wish we saw more Calvin's treatment, other than that I give this book a B.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.