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`An invaluable addition to the literature of autism'
`Extraordinary ... a moving account of five very different lives
united by the experience of growing up with autism' -- Image
`It is through Nazeer's frank portrayal of these lives that we
come to understand a little better what it is to live with autism' -- Daily Express
`One gets the sense from Nazeer's hopeful and honest book that he
has little patience for the clichés of autism' -- Observer
`This remarkable piece of true-life storytelling takes as its
theme not disability, but humanity' -- Independent
Kamran Nazeer was born of itinerant Pakistani parents and has lived in New York, Jeddah, Islamabad and Glasgow. He studied law but decided not to become a lawyer. By the time he completed his Ph.D. thesis, he had decided not to become an academic. On leaving Cambridge, he was recruited into Her Majesty's Service and now works as a policy adviser in Whitehall. He has published work in newspapers and magazines.
A compelling read, will bring tears to your eyes, especially challenging if you have a family member with Autism but will also help you understand them, although you probably... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jon789
I recently started working for an autism charity and wanted to learn more about the day-to-day affect if can have. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lionel Roars