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He’s too short for the police and too tall for the pantomime.He’s also single and has been for all of his 32 years. But not as depressing as being told by his mother that he looks like Humpty Dumpty – after the accident.
We missed out on so much by creating armour to protect us from taunts and jibes that we sometim When I first started reading this book, I didn't much like Jason, the lead character. However as the story progressed and snippets of his background emerged, I warmed to him.In all Jason's mishaps with pretending, the reader becomes aware of how difficult life can be for a blind person.Although the book was presented with a humorous story line, the aspects of being blind are still presented throughout the story.This all seem I managed to get hold of a copy of this book via a freebie promotion on the Kindle and as soon as I read the product description, I knew I had to read it straightaway because it sounded like it would be a right good laugh and it delivered on all accounts as I really enjoyed it.This all seems such an impossible task to poor old Jason, when the only women he meets can't wait to get away from him so he decides in desperation to try something different and takes a drastic approach to dating that he might just about be able to pull off, when he pretends to be blind in order to get a date with someone who's even remotely compatible and hoping for it to lead somewhere.