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Nobody Nowhere by Donna Williams
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Jul 29, 11

it was amazing

I read this book when I was in college and loved it, so decided to give it a try again. It's basically the autobiography of a woman deemed "mad" when she was growing up and ends in her twenties when she finally comes to discover that she's actually autistic. The insight readers gain into autism is amazing. The back actually features a section that clarifies why Donna does specific

"behaviours" typical to autism. The story line itself isn't exactly riveting but it isn't at all text book, so acts as an entertaining way to learn about autism.

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