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Freaks, Geeks & Asperger Syndrome - A User Guide To Adolescence

By Luke Jackson

Probably one of the best books I have ever come across about Asperger's Syndrome was written by a boy who actually has it.

Luke Jackson wrote the book when he was thirteen years old and it is absolutely brilliant! He has dedicated it to 'those of you who feel that you don't belong. Always remember that different is cool'

He wrote Freaks, Geeks and Asperger’s Syndrome because as a teenager he sought answers to many of the problems he was facing as an adolescent and couldn't find the answers. He therefore decided to set about answering them himself and at the same time help others.

The book will help other AS adolescents, their parents, carers and professionals.

Everyone should have a copy. It's a great read. Very funny but informative as well.

It's definitely one of my favourites - after my own of course!