Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome is one of those books I feel should be compulsory reading for everyone His style is light and chirpy with a very positive view of autism I have what some people would call a disability but I call a gift At the same time it has extraordinary depth and insight, guiding people along without a trace of arrogance or being simplistic I cannot recommend this book enough Inclusion NowI would recommend this book not only to AS adolescents and anybody associated with them but also to the public at large so that we may, through understanding Asperger syndrome better, becometolerant and respectful of differences and also better equipped to meet their needs Home Education Advisory Service BulletinThis is a remarkable publication It is written by a person diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome, and provides the reader with an insightful guide into the experiences and challenges during the difficult but profoundly important teenage years Any and all staff, and managers, who are involved with clients with autistic spectrum disorders should gain a great deal from reading this first hand account of fascinations and fixations, language and learning, school, friendships, dating, bullying and morals Care and Health MagazinePart of the Reading Well schemebooks selected by young people and health professionals to providetoyear olds with high quality support, information and advice about common mental health issues and related conditionsWinner of the NASEN so many books are written about us, but none are written directly to adolescents with Asperger Syndrome I thought I would write one in the hope that we could all learn together