The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
by Mark Haddon
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"Gloriously eccentric and wonderfully intelligent." -The Boston Globe


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So important
I read it almost 20 years ago, a scary figure when I say it out loud, and in those days I believe there was not much literature or knowledge or awareness about Autism or Asperger's so it was a good introduction to both without making a fuss about them. I'd definitely recommend it 20 years on and would suggest you read too Not Even Wrong by Paul Collins (nothing to do with strings and their theories) and 1 fill inesperat i 1 sofà by Marta Vilanova (in Catalan and Spanish only so far).
It's important to have books on these topics.