Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Page, Tim Parallel Play

Page, Tim Parallel Play
Anchor see Random 2009 197p 15.00
978-0-7679-2969-1 hs/adult Biography -- Memoir E-BN

Tim Page, journalist and critic, writes about his life as a man with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Written in a delightfully charming, self-effacing voice, this memoir will resonate with both individuals afflicted with Asperger’s Syndrome, and those that love and care about them. Tim Page reveals the comedy and tragedy of growing up as the difficult child, being rebellious and troublesome adolescent, and finally becoming the successful adult, all with Asperger’s Syndrome yet not knowing this until he was 40 years of age. This book is life affirming in the best sense of the phrase, and I finished the book feeling inspired. Fisher, Lynn

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