"This book will shake your preconceptions about the deaf, about language and about thought... Sacks [is] one of the finest and most thoughtful writers of our time." --"Los Angeles Times Book Review" "Fascinating and richly rewarding... Sacks is a profoundly wise observer." --"The Plain Dealer ""One cannot read more than a few pages of Sacks without seeing something in a new way. His breadth of understanding and expression seems limitless." --"Kansas City Star ""A remarkable book, penetrating, subtle, persuasive... [It] will likely become a classic." --"St. Louis Post-Dispatch"
About the Author
Oliver Sacks was educated in London, Oxford, California and New York. He is a professor of clinical neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is the author of many books, including the bestselling The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat