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Reviewed in Australia on 21 April 2016
Incredibly intriguing and interesting, the author herself has Aspergers, but wasn't diagnosed until she was an adult. Her novel is part reflection, part informative and part memoir of her experiences, thoughts, reasonings and hopes. Part of the book is set out in a Q & A format, which actually makes for clear understanding. I would recommend this book to anyone curious about Aspergers in child or adult, or for any adult recently diagnosed and struggling with what this means.
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