Yesterday, Seth was a star engineering student. Today, he roams the halls of a state mental hospital. His only crime is having Asperger’s Syndrome, which colors his world brilliant but people dull. The university he attends experienced a deadly bombing a year ago, and the community is still reeling from the shock of what they experienced. When one student misinterprets something Seth says and reports him to the administration, it sets off a series of events that threatens to ruin his life. Despite his social challenges, he must fight to regain his good standing or risk losing everything he has worked so hard to achieve.
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Suzanne K. Whang first caught the writing bug in second grade when her teacher entered her scribblings in a poetry contest and told her to never stop writing. So she kept writing as her family moved from continent to continent, then throughout college in Massachusetts, and for most of her writing career in Washington, D.C. I Belong is her first book, and she plans to keep writing–just like her teacher told her to.