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Losing Elizabeth

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"I knew I had might as well be destroyed because I was already dead anyway."

Jason has always been adept at lying. A 34-year-old man with Asperger's Syndrome, he finds himself incapable of love and unable to distinguish where truth begins. His only connection to the world is through music - he lives and breathes music. Music is his best friend, his wife, his lover and his
Paperback, 237 pages
Published by CreateSpace (first published October 11th 2011)
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Oct 22, 2011 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: young adults and older
This is a candid story of a man's life-long struggle to have healthy human connections because of Asperger’s. If a book doesn't really grab my attention, it will take me a long time to make myself finish it. This was most definitely not the case with this book. I read it in three nights. I couldn't wait to see what came next in Jason's journey.
I was very conflicted with my feelings for the main character. I felt sympathy for him yet found him to be emotionally draining. Nicole Servais does a gre
Nov 15, 2011 added it
Just an FYI, this is my book and I am having to republish it with a new name/title - "Losing Elizabeth". It is still available as a Kindle e-book with the title "The Lies of Sam Phillips", but it will very soon be available as an iBook and in paperback under the title "Losing Elizabeth."

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