Sheldon’s parents always told him how smart and special he was, but yet he never felt special. The kids in his class always made fun of him and none of them wanted to be his friends. Eventually, they began talking to him, but that was only because he had something they wanted. They either wanted to borrow money or a favor to help them with their homework, since they knew Sheldon was good at saving his money and great with math. Sheldon became used to the fact that they just wanted to use him. He became so used to it, he began to capitalize off of it. He became everyone’s go-to guy. As he got older, he felt power in knowing that they all needed him, while he needed and wanted nothing from them, until he met Ruby. She was different and she changed all of that. There was something about Ruby and he wanted to be with her and would stop at nothing until he had her! Or until she had him, making him regret ever setting eyes on her.More
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I loved how the story mixed the classic tale of Rumpelstiltskin with Bible verses and applied them to modern situations.
The twist at the end.
No, but I thought he did a wonderful narration. He was very clear and engaging.
- Mommy3xs "MX3"