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Great book. The best way to learn about the autistic neurology is to listen to autistic people :)
Dawn is eloquent . . . this is a story about finding your people.
Thank you, Dawn Prince-Hughes, for giving us your whole life's story, emphasis on 'whole.' As tumultuous as it's been, I felt in reading it that I was sharing an eye-of-the-storm... Read morePublished 6 months ago by AZ Reader
an informative personal journey with autism.... good glean of the personal feelings involved.Published 7 months ago by Diana Williams
Wonderfully written! Gave me a whole new take on Aspergers. I found it especially interesting as it was written by a gay female. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chris
I particularly liked Prince-Hughes early emotions toward gorilla and how she
was able to develop herself….
Elaine Starkman, Walnut Creek, CA
Good tale about about the struggles of autism from the inside of a high functioning woman. Well done, conveys to condition and is beautifully written.Published 17 months ago by L. Pelaez
This is a wonderful book that will make you think about the way you think and behave. Dawn describes her experiences before and after her diagnosis of Asperger's. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Akcloudwoman
Dr. Prince-Hughes tackles the world of the autistic person and the " ape person" to discuss social interaction, normalcy, and freedom. Read morePublished on January 1, 2014 by BEW