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|Length: 400 pages|
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I guess I just expected more case histories of people with music tastes more similar to my own and most baby boomers. Seems like ALL of his patients only enjoyed classical music. Read morePublished 13 days ago by pamd
I've heared so much about this book, and how great it was. However, I found it be simply story after story about weird things that happened to people after some life event. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Eric Leberg
A bit of repetition from his earlier books but revealing of what a complicated, flawed and brilliant person he was. He will be missed.Published 1 month ago by J. Kiniry
Oliver Sacks never fails to fascinate the reader. He is a storyteller who enchants. So sorry he is gone. Will now read every book he wrote. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donna Germain
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hi Daniel- It is an audiobook on itunes-- I actually discovered it there, and I wanted the hard copy edition--
Oct 23, 2007 by dbusi | See all 4 posts
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