Michael Peckitt's Reviews > Gadget Girl: The Art of Being Invisible
Gadget Girl: The Art of Being Invisible
Michael Peckitt's review
Sep 28, 2016
As a disabled person, like Suzanne Kamata’s heroine of ‘Gadget Girl’ I also have cerebral palsy and I found this book to be both deeply moving and funny. In Aiko, - the secret manga creator of the novel, Kamata has created one of the few ‘disability heroines’ of the modern age that does not condescend towards disabled people, a character with a disability that is neither an object of pity or hate. I only now wish there was actually a manga called ‘Gadget Girl’ like one envisioned by Aiko. I recommend it to anyone really, but specifically to those that have a physical disability, or are the parent of a disabled person.
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September 28, 2016 – Shelved