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Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Candice - Goodreads

Our brains are weird and sometimes wonderful. The author shares his experiences helping folks with synesthesia figure out why one sense takes over another, but more importantly, gets them to ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Happimoo - Goodreads

Brilliant book about the condition that is synesthesia, but you additionally end up learning a lot about how the mind works in general. The writing gets a bit more scientific than story sometimes but ... Read full review

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This is rather out of date, which is a pity, because it's fascinating.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  - Sam - Goodreads

I read this book to learn more about synesthesia as I have it myself. I did learn more about it, but through this book I also learnt more about perception as a whole. I personally like that the author ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Kenny - Goodreads

This particular book (not the subject matter) could have only been written by this author, his experience. Not exceptionally well-written, but so far, a good, interesting introduction to the ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Clayton Littlewood - Goodreads

I have to admit, this is not the type of book I would normally be drawn to. 'The Man Who Tasted Shapes' is a good title - because if I had seen this book on a shelf with the title 'Synaesthesia: An ... Read full review

Review: The Man Who Tasted Shapes

User Review  - Kyle - Goodreads

A fascinating exploration of synesthesia and related subjects. Read full review

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  - Michael Kerwin - Goodreads

Other than the "dialogues" which come across as stiff and unnatural, the science is absolutely fascinating Read full review

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User Review  - Laurie - Goodreads

I personally thought that this was a interesting and fun read. Read full review


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