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John Robison allows us a view of the inside of his Aspergic mind.
on 9 June 2016
I loved the way John Robison almost steps outside of himself to observe and explain his thought processes when having to communicate. True to form he is detailed and analytical in talking about how learned to communicate "properly". The book is equally rich in emotion and observation and his work as a musician and engineer is hard to stop reading about! A must read for anyone trying to understand what it's really like to have Aspergers.