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Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Dylan - Goodreads

"If you want to learn new things, you should try reading new books." Interesting book, but I didn't finish it (I got to page 60). I would have liked it better if it had focused more on people with synesthesia, and maybe the book did, but I just didn't get to that part. Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Maria M. Elmvang - Goodreads

Half interesting, half very dry and occasionally boring. Richard Cytowic is obviously very interested in synaesthesia - what causes it, how it is manifested in different people, whether or not you can ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Antoinette Palmieri - Goodreads

I started off good, then I got lost in the terms and brain things. I feel that I was just not of the intellectual caliber to fully understand this book. But I did find it interesting. Just not an easy read, at all. Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Stefanie - Goodreads

Cytowic spends way too much time talking about himself (the hero who dares to study synesthesia) and his convinction that "people" think medicine and science are all about machines. And he goes on ... Read full review


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