'A thought-provoking opus...Sacks takes us on a remarkable journey.' -- Independent
'His eminently readable study puts music of all kinds into an enlightening new context'
-- Good Book Guide
'Lyrical and fascinating...the stories he tells are extraordinary' -- Mail on Sunday
'Rich and informative...Musicophiliam,which is Sack's trademark, some of the most extraordinary cases histories I've ever heard.'
-- Irish Times
'Rich and informative...so well written, so interesting and so engaging.' -- Irish Times
'Sacks delights in sharing his consulting room secrets to illuminate the mysterious workings of the brain'
-- Scotland on Sunday
'Sacks is above all a clinician, and writes with a compassion that has almost entirely disappeared from medical literature' -- Daily Telegraph
'These are among the most effective and beautifully written human narratives since Sigmund Freud's case studies.' -- Sunday Herald
'fascinating.' -- Daily Mail Books for Christmas
'musicophilia is a thorough and fascinating examination of just how this particular art form works on all of us' -- Daily Express
'Through anecdote, argument and science, Musicophilia makes a passionate case for music as a way to discover ourselves'
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