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Send in the Idiots by Kamran Nazeer
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Nov 04, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: autism, autobiography, nonfiction, psychology
Read in July, 2006

Very, very interesting book written by an autistic man who wants to see how his childhood friends turned out. He describes his experience as a child with autism and a student at a school for autistic kids. As an adult, he contacts several of his childhood classmates and visits them to see what happened to them as they grew up. Some of the outcomes are happy, others are not.

The book goes a long way to make autistic people seem just like the rest of us.

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