Mark Haddon wrote his first novel, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” was published in 2003. This is a story about a 15 year old autistic boy named Christopher and the adventures of his life. He is very different from most people because he is autistic: And is picking about things that most people wouldn’t understand. If he sees three red cars in a row then he will have a good day, but if he sees three yellow cars in a row then he has a bad day, in which he doesn’t talk to anyone or eat anything. After his mother’s supposable dies of a heart attack and Christopher finds that Mrs. Shear’s dog his been murder and is determined to find out who the murderer is. Even though Christopher is trying to figure out who killed Mrs. Shear’s dog, and would do almost anything to find out who the murderer is. He has a strong ethically stand point, and he does what he thinks is honestly the right thing to do and always tells the truth.
Christopher recalls that when his mother was still alive, that she told him that he didn’t lie because he was a good person. However Christopher is incapable of lying because he is autistic. Christopher’s mind works like a machine and if something didn’t happen he doesn’t understand how anyone could say that it did. He can’t lie nor does he understand why people lie. This story gives an insight on people with disabilities or with an autism would think and feel.
The novel starts with Christopher finding the murder dog and he starts writing a book about finding the murderer. His father warns him not to get involve and tells him to “leave it alone.” Christopher wants the person who reasonable to be punished for there crime, so despite his fathers wish he continues his murder investigation. He does this because he is an honest person and wants the person that is reasonable to be punished. He feels bad for the dog and doesn’t understand why someone would kill the innocent dog.
While Christopher is trying to figure out why Mrs....