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It was especially interesting to me as I have also lost the use of my right eye and lack dimensional vision.Published 18 days ago by Geraldine Torf
Great book. Purchased as a gift for my daughter. He is one of my favorite authors in neuophysiology that is also very readable.Published 2 months ago by Lauralee Barton
Entertaining. I was expecting something else. I was a little disappointed.Published 3 months ago by Me and my dogs
Everything Oliver Sacks writes is jaw-droppingly awesome! I'm sorry, I'm simply mad about the man. He's able to share his brilliance with non-neurologists in a clear,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Frances O.
Love all of Oliver Sacks books and interesting insights. Some are more casually-written and less "together." This is one of those. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book focuses on neurological problems pertaining to vision. Like all of his books so far, it is full of fascinating cases of conditions both congenital and acquired (as... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anna A. Stanford
Oh terror of terrors, to start losing your ability to see letters and connecting them together into words. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Maritza Buendía Restrepo