Excellent book. As told by the perspective of someone with Aspergers. John Elder Robinson has such a dry, whitty way of seeing the world. This is one of my favorite books.
I really enjoyed this book. It was really interesting and frequently laugh out loud funny. The author is very honest about what his life experiences have meant to him, which touched me. One of the characteristics of his form of Asperger's is the way he tends toward thinking very literally, and it's fascinating to hear how the world interacted with that facet of his life strategy. Highly recommended.
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