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Reviewer:
fbly87
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  1.  Recommended Recommendation

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    I was recommended this read by my GCSE maths teacher a few years ago. He spent a while telling the class about it and he really sold it to me.

    When I came to read the book I was not disappointed. I never knew much about Autism, or Aspergers. This book is a complete eye-opener; narrated from the point of view of the young boy who is the sufferer it paints a clear picture of what exactly Aspergers is, and is very easy to digest.
    It is one of those books that you cannot put down and simultaneously do not want to finish. Once I had finished it, I couldn't start another for a while, I just wanted to keep its taste in my mouth a little bit longer!

    A very insightful, vicarious read.

  2.  It's no curious incident....

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    After reading the curious incident of the dog in the night time I couldn't help but be a little disappointed with this book. The previous book was brilliant, A spot of bother was a little simple however. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the book, I liked all the characters and found I could identify with each of them somewhat, which is nice.
    It is nicely written; from the point of view of each character which makes the story unfold well.
    If you're looking for an easy read (perhaps a holiday book?) this would be ideal. However I feel it is lacking depth, and a little predictable to truly follow in the footsteps of a curious incident.