Ben, in the World
Ben Lovatt never fits in. He seems awkward--too big, too strong, inhumanly made. Those who do not understand him, including his own mother, want him locked up. But now he has come of age and finds himself alone in the South of France, in Brazil, and in the mountains of the Andes, where at last he discovers where he has come from and who are his people.
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Review: Ben, In the World: The Sequel to the Fifth ChildUser Review - Jia Repetto - Goodreads
After reading the sequel to the fifth child, I felt HIGHLY insulted. If you've read The Fifth Child, please, skip this. I never tell anyone not to read a book. In fact, this is the first book review I ... Read full review
Review: Ben, In the World: The Sequel to the Fifth ChildUser Review - Shua - Goodreads
Dorris paints a perfect picture of how the society views individuals who are different from the majority. Its boundless lust to know can become the invasion of privacy but that is often ignored when ... Read full review