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Christopher John Francis Boone - The narrator and protagonist of the novel. Fifteen-year-old Christopher is mathematically gifted struggles for social acceptance and understanding as a result of his apparent autism. He views the world largely in absolutes, dividing his life experience into a series of extreme likes and dislikes. He feels most comfortable with logic and order, making Wellington’s murder an irresistible puzzle for him to solve. He resides with his father and pet rat Toby at 36 Randolph Street.
Christopher, who is 15, has Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism. His life revolves around literal meaning, an incapablilty of lying, and a desire to feel small and safe. His need to diappear is all important at times of stress, which can be sparked by a change in schedule or even in the tone of a voice.
Christopher is a math savant; he can calculate in his head, he's obsessive compulsive, and learns solely with visuals. He believes what he hears, and he doesn't understand the deceit of others because he's incapable of deceit.
whenever christopher has to deal with highly emotional situations,he shut down. he retreat to a''safe''place.