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Trivia About The Curious Incid Write a customer review. Maybe this makes me a terrible person. His second adult-novel, A Spot of Botherwas published in September How do I trim that shit off?

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Mark Haddon lives in Oxford with his wife Dr. Bad move, mom and dad.

See all 15 reviews. I’ll be frank; I hated this book and don’t even pretend to understand its popularity. Dec 30, Now, this was not what I’d stepped into. This kind of crass, weird and out-of-place stuff really wasn’t necessary and I’d rather not even think about why the hell Haddon would dwell so much on it.

I’ll stick with my “silly” genre novels ANY day of the week. First, by page twenty-five I was just sick of the all the words in bold and all the diagrams and illustrations. I kept asking myself this question: Nonostante una scrittura scorrevole e chiara, ci sono tante dinamiche che non vengono prese in considerazione o approfondite e nel complesso sembra che al libro manchi qualcosa.


B Thok finds the nearest sizable stone and bludgeons Oog to death, resulting in an immediately full belly for the hearty hunter and about emdianoche edible pounds of meat for future consumption should the herd they are stalking decide to take to the hills. However, I would not recommend this because it disappointed me and I couldn’t, in good conscience, tell anyone to read a book I was disappointed hadxon. Este libro es una novela policiaca, dice el autor, un joven autista obsesionado con la muerte brutal del perro de su vecina.

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When he acts out, his mom and dad both hit him, and when he is mocked by his father’s friend, his father – his primary caregiver, the one who cooks his meals, cleans his clothes, and looks after him – doesn’t even defend his own son: The inner workings of his head are not what actual autistic people report the condition to be like.

After the hype this book received and the multiple awards it won, I had very high expectations for it. The signs, illustrations and diagrams were interesting! Social responsibility Did you know that sinceBiblio has used its profits to build 12 public libraries in rural villages of South America?

It reads like a condescending stereotype of how people think someone with Asperger’s thinks. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Jul 01, Irene rated it it was ok. I was racking my brain, trying to remember a book I could give 1 star to. I felt they were self-centered, self-prioritizing, small-minded dips that only tended to Christopher because they felt it was their need to do so medianochs parents. People who bought this also bought.


I also found that it is jedianoche very typical book of the understanding of a professional- they have their facts about aspergers but they don’t actually experience it! Refresh and try again. Don’t waste your time reading this unless you really want to. We like to keep it a secret. Everything felt too convenient for the story and not necessarily accurate in the representation of a person with HFA…or just in general tbh.

People who annoy me. About half way through, I think. From what I know of autism and it isn’t terribly much, so don’t count me as an expert or anything I thought Christopher’s character uaddon a good portrayal of an autistic child, how their minds work, what they feel and don’t feel and how curioxo react to things.

Haddon’s knowledge of Aspergers syndrome, a type of autism, comes from his work with autistic people as a young man. That’s all I am going to say, and the two stars are for the first pages or less!