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David doesnt recognize anybody at his new high school, and he never will. He has prosopagnosia, a neurological disorder that prevents him from recognizing peoples faces. With a few tricks and the help of a best friend, David manages to keep his disorder a secret and lead a normal life at school. When he witnesses his best friends murder, however, David is left with a broken arm and a feeling of abject helplessness: he cant even give the police a description of the killer.When a student confesses to the murder, Davids feeling of relief is short-lived. Although individuals with prosopagnosia cant tell who people are, they can sometimes tell who people arent, and David knows that the confessing student is not the murderer. But after David argued for so long that he doesnt know what the murderer looks like, nobody believes him when he claims the real murderer is still among them.Now Davids own life is in jeopardy unless he can catch the killer, but solving this crime wont be easy: hes no better at recognizing any potential witnesses or suspects than he was at recognizing the murderer. Still, he cant give up. Hes needed help identifying people all of his life; its finally time to return the favor, and identify for his school the face of a murderer.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000172134655
    • ISBN:  9781466038615

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