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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. It reads like a condescending stereotype of how people think someone with Asperger’s thinks. I chose this book because it seemed like it was of the mystery genre. Be the first to write a review. It was not a light read, and it left me emotionally drained, as if her life-story was about my own child.
Lists with This Book. They did not deserve this kid, and he did not deserve them. I started to really feel for him and sympathize with his differences. This honestly makes no sense, I know several kids, most of them teenagers, with ASD, and none of them ever talk or act the way Christopher does. View all 12 comments. Couldn’t even finish it Did well in the asessment task tho.
She mistakenly thinks that he is hiding his true feelings about this news and she is trying to explain how he may be feeling about this new revelation. Your order is also backed by our In-Stock Guarantee! I wanted something really exciting to happen in the last few chapters, but I was instead kind of disappointed. If the lowest rating I gave was 3 stars, then I’d be limiting myself to a 3-star system 3 stars being for the worst books, 5 for the best.
I can’t find it! So, yes, it is worth a read, maybe you’ll like it better.
El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche by Mark Haddon (2 star ratings)
Well this review assured me that it’s okay to write a negative review for this book, although I didn’t hate the book, it only left me feeling cold. I decided cjrioso looking out of the car window was a better use of my time. Sign up to receive offers and updates: Try adding this search to your want list. So, I don’t know how good the autism is.
El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche
Paperbackpages. I am also assuming that he was in a special school or classroom, but to have him in a room with a high school student that ate their own excrement does not add up to curios.
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On to the next one. In other words, I did not like this book and feel that it could give readers a bit more of a harmful impression of those that are neurodivergent than one of empathy.
El Curioso Incidente del Perro a Medianoche by Mark Haddon (2011, Paperback)
It was not so okay read for me. It’s also difficult to 1-star a book, for fear of upsetting the author.
About halfway through the book, the dog’s murderer confesses and the entire focus incieente the story shifted. I’m curious as to what others found compelling about this read.
This from someone who can devour a book in twelve hours including “masterpieces” such as Memoirs of a Geisha, Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice I felt a bit detached from the story.
In some ways, I feel that his actions are a bit unrealistic, for someone who is fifteen years old and has his intelligence would likely have the self-control to not hit someone that touches him and be well aware of just that.
Skip to main content. A long time ago, I read a memoir written by a girl who has autism, and I really loved it.
Trivia About The Curious Incid I was bothered by the fact that the protagonist is not labeled as autistic or having Aspergers, though it seems to be the case. It is a marketing triumph, but a literary catastrophe.
This doesn’t read like the voice of someone with Asperger’s. He doesn’t like other people and he doesn’t like being touched; as a result, when “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” by author Mark Haddon, is the story of Christopher John Francis Boone, a fifteen-year-old boy who discovers his neighbor’s dog dead and sets about to solve the mystery of who killed it, making many other discoveries along the way.
But 5 is silly. I like to believe that I would say ‘no’.