Best Boy is a book about Todd, an adult man with autism who has lived in a group home setting for most of his life. A couple of major changes at the center where Todd lives has caused him turmoil. The book, shows how he deals with these adjustments, as well as his interactions with the rest of the people in the community, and his family. The book is narrated in the first person, from Todd's perspective. I felt it was very well written, and very interesting. Anything I had read or known about autism, before this book, was about children, or teenagers. Seeing the world of autism through an adult's eyes gave me a whole new frame of reference. I applaud the author, Eli Gottlieb for writing such an engaging book, and bringing the important subject of autism to light. His own brother is autistic, so he writes with an insiders knowledge of the subject.