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He avoids specifics throughout the book, preferring to range widely but shallowly across many topics.
There is so much fascinating information packed into this book and Tammet's writing style makes it all so interesting and not at all a dry subject.
Daniel Tammet, the famous Asperger's syndrome savant who learned Icelandic in a week, writes another superb book.
I feel honored to be able to share this young man's life through his writings. Some things are almost incomprehensible but his attention to detail puts the reader at ease.Published 1 month ago by B H Parker
I love this book, I have to buy the others in the same collection by the same author. I would have liked though that kindle and Options Automatic translation in Romanian is very... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Grigorescu Ana
I never purchase a book before taking the time to learn about it. Your "look inside" help is a great help as well. Thank you.Published 16 months ago by camille lapointe-lyons
I am fascinated by all that we can learn about brain science from people whose brains work a little bit differently from the masses. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Gen of North Coast Gardening
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I selected this book because I have spent much of my career working with children of with ASD. Read more
I must admit, I read half way through this book, and put it down. It was not captivating. I found much better books on the topic of neuroscience. Read morePublished on June 12, 2012 by Just Me
As a neuroscientist (well, neurochemist) I tend to gravitate towards the popular neuroscience books despite the fact that they are written for a more general audience. Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by Lucy Cat
I have not finished the book that goes before this one...but, from that 1, which I'm currently reading, I'm sure it will be the same - Unable to really put it down!Published on April 23, 2012 by Teri Markanson