Lynda Austin's Reviews > Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's

Look Me in the Eye by John Elder Robison
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Dec 08, 08

This book was fascinating! All through reading it, I kept comparing the author's experiences with how my brother was in childhood and is now in adulthood. I saw so many similarities I had to tell my parents to read it. They promptly bought the book it sounded so intriguing. After reading it, they passed it on to the brother I referred to previously. He started it, didn't care to finish-refered to Robison as "kind of an a--hole, didn't you think?" You know that phrase about when one finger points, the others in that hand point back to the source person????? Gave me a new understanding about some people's inability to deal with people, yet stun you with their technical knowledge; that is, until they tell you about it ad nauseum!
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