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The Boy Behind the Red Door

The Boy Behind the Red Door - John  Goode Finally a good christmas story from dsp.

Halfway through the book I still didnt like the hero. He was a sad, miserable man. He was also detached, patronizing and judgmental, very critical of family members and friends alike. It was difficult to empathize with him. I wanted to shake him. Then this all changed because we learned through this hero that perceptions are formed on the basis of previous experiences or over reactions as a defense mechanism. You hurt them first before they hurt you. At the end, this is a true feel-good Christmas story of love and acceptance from family and friends and our hero even got his man.