I enjoyed this book and her writing style. I also like how it was formatted, the definitions/explanations, and the suggestions for "coping" with the world. I only skimmed the chapter related to her relationship with her husband because it's not relevant to me, but it existing didn't mean the entire book was useless to me. I also appreciated that she didn't only use the term "Asperger's".
Fantasy/sci-fi lover. Queer/neurodivergent or pure action/adventure. Longer stories are better than shorter ones.
I don't usually read non-fiction, but it's almost always related to neurodiversity when I do.
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n Magic's Pawn, an ancient age in the history of Valdemar comes to life--an age when the kingdom was ravaged …