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User Review  - LaneySmith - LibraryThing

This book is amazing! There are parts that reach in and shake you. There are parts that make you feel sad. But, there is so much that helps open your eyes and gives you a glimpse of what Asperger's is ... Read full review

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User Review  - hobbitprincess - LibraryThing

I have had the pleasure of teaching a couple of students with Aspergers, back in my regular ed days. It was a delightful experience. I found this book to be equally delightful. It was funny, sad, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - dawndowney - LibraryThing

I appreciated this book in ways I could not have imagined. It's one of the most fascinating stories I've read. The author's Asperger's was not diagnosed until he was in his forties. He described ... Read full review

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User Review  - gaillamontagne - LibraryThing

9 hours and 17 minutes. This is the life story of a boy with Asperger's syndrome but born at a time when most people had never heard of it. John Elder Robison was branded as weird, a social deviant ... Read full review

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User Review  - HelenGress - LibraryThing

Wow- this kid lived a messed up life- and he describes the way he treated his brother- whom he calls Varmet- so matter of fact- that you almost don't realize how abusive he was. Meanwhile- you do see ... Read full review

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User Review  - aimelire - LibraryThing

Having a child on the spectrum, I really appreciated the opinion of an adult who has lived with Asperger's syndrome. My child does not communicate very well, and John Elder Robison helped me understand a little what goes on in the mind of someone with Asperger's. Read full review

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User Review  - CloggieDownunder - LibraryThing

Look Me In The Eye: My Life With Asperger’s is the first book by John Elder Robison. Not diagnosed with Asperger’s until he was forty, Robison describes himself as a misfit. In this book he tells of ... Read full review

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User Review  - SuzReads - LibraryThing

Excellent book! This is a very readable memoir about John and his life with Asperger's. He wasn't diagnosed until he was 40 so his childhood is filled with stories of how he doesn't fit in with the ... Read full review

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I work in the Psychiatric field and found this book very interesting, especially since it is written from the eyes of a person with Asperger's. Even though a serious subject matter- I laughed with enjoyment as I read most of the book. The stories, as he tell's them, allow you to see the world through his eyes ( Aspergian) which, at times, makes more sense then looking at the world through my eyes. I have a new admiration for people that have either Asbergers or traits. Whether you work in the field or not - sooner or later you will run into someone with Asperger's and you will have a new found respect for people with this syndrome. I also agree with the logic that he has in naming people but that you will better understand after you read this down to earth book.  

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User Review  - Lyuba06 - LibraryThing

One of the best books arround!! It provides an inside view on aspergers and life with it. Read full review

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