Dennis Cass has been a journalist for ten years, writing for Harper's, Spin, Mother Jones, and Slate.com. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and son.
You start out thinking it's a science book, and then you find yourself in memoir territory.
If you want to be glad to get inside someone else's very-smart head and heart, and find yourself the better for it, read this book.
While the book is a little bit scattered, I think that that actually adds to it's charm...it's not a predictable read.
Really wanted to love this book. What a great concept. But put it aside about 1/3 of the way through. Just not very interesting.Published on November 20, 2007 by Aspie Mom
"Head Case" is very unique...sort of a combination of a memoir and a book about neuroscience (or at least the quest to understand neuroscience). Mr. Read morePublished on May 21, 2007 by Rebecca Sandham
I should have paid more attention to the Publishers Weekly review at the top and not the enthusiastic reader reviews. This is an entertaining book, to be sure. Read morePublished on May 12, 2007 by mikemac9