on 13 April 2011
This book is very detailed but comprehensively written. (Almost) every "but how..?" is answered and even the 'looser' synaesthetic experiences (such as auras) are explored openly, with no sense of disregard or ridicule. For anyone with synaesthesia or with just an interest in it, this book is a must-read. For everyone else, it is still a fascinating exploration / explanation into the latest ideas / therories on how all our brains work.
I absolutely recommend this!
on 20 July 2015
This book is extremely interesting. Synesthesia is a wonderful phenomenon telling us, that the brain is still a great mystery. Why do we taste colors, see numbers colored - though printed in black, etc. etc. This book tells the story in great, interesting detIls
on 1 March 2014
This was the second book I was looking for to aid my research on Synaesthesia.
The texture of the book alone made me fall in love with it.
Some interesting information about Synaesthesia here.
If you want to learn about it, buy it, read it, fall in love with it, learn from it.
on 7 August 2012
This book is well illustrated, is written in an accessible, engaging and enjoyable way and also gives concise descriptions of a scientific manner.
This book will interest, synaesthetes, non-synaesthetes who are interested in the condition and this book will also please those who want to read interesting topics in the neuro-sciences and psychology.
I really recommend this book!