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Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Andrea Hickman Walker - Goodreads

This is rather out of date, which is a pity, because it's fascinating. I'd like to know more about where neurology, psychiatry and psychology are with regards to synesthesia at the moment. I've always ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Manintheboat - Goodreads

It's a 4 star book but it goes off in another direction at the end without really finishing the story. Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

This book is about synesthesia, a condition where certain people link senses together in an unexpected way. For example, one of the two main cases in this book tastes shapes, the other has colored ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Scarlett Sims - Goodreads

It took me what felt like forever to read this book, even though it isn't very long. There were some really interesting anecdotal parts about the main synesthetic subject of the book. The author also ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Holly Mays - Goodreads

The = tastes like dry chicken Man = tastes like chipped beef gravy on toast Who = tastes like turkey Tasted = orange kool aid Shapes = swiss cheese It's somewhat dry, but gives you decent insight on a little thing I have called "synesthesia." Read full review


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