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Wulandaria Yes, but in a rather different way. I am mildly autistic or so what my parents told me about what the psychologist told them when I was like, two. They told me I have a problem with balance sensitivity, which is why I think better when I constantly jump and move, and I relax by shaking and twisting my neck and move my head as much as possible.

They “warned” me that the narrator “have a messed up mind and jumps from one topic to the other all the time it’s so confusing”, but it felt very natural to me.

While it does have stereotypes in it, it’s still realistic. I had speech delay I never begged or anything like that because I practically couldn’t talk and some communication problems so my family practically dragged me to writing clubs and such, online and in the real world.

It does help with my problems I can’t find it! We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really are.

It is something that Siobhan says to Christopher because she is not sure of how he is really processing this new …more I JUST read that passage last night! It is something that Siobhan says to Pefro because she is not sure of how he is really processing this new piece of information that he found out about his mother.

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. She really should listen to him; he’s told her countless times that he is incapable of telling a lie.

It’s in chapter on page See all 48 questions about El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche…. Lists with This Book. View all comments. The author created a negative stereotype of Jaddon and autism and offended the Asperger’s community. He’s not an expert, has no experience with these disorders and did no research Mark Haddon’s blog.


El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche by Mark Haddon (2 star ratings)

I think this is really important to know when you read the book. I’m not enthusiastic about this book. I kept asking myself this question: I had my doubts. No doubt the thought-processes of Christopher were sometimes accurate, but I think it was overdone most of the time. What also bothered me was the improbability that an autistic kid, who was only allowed to go to the shop at the end of the road on his own, and who has rage and panic seizures regularly, would have a Swiss Army Knife in his pocket all the time.

A long time ago, I read a memoir written by a girl who has autism, and I really loved it. It was not a light read, and it left me emotionally drained, as if her life-story was about my own child. In comparison with that book, The Curious Incident was rather a light read that didn’t get me emotionally involved.

I would recommend this other book to everyone but the problem is I don’t remember it’s title or it’s author. I’ve done a search and maybe it was this book, but I’m not sure: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic While reading the reviews for that book, I stumbled on this review: It is a story of a brilliant woman trapped inside the odd shell autism creates, suffering inside it alone and at the hands of her mother and then beating her way out of it and learning, through trial and error, how to be herself.

I don’t have it — I must have given it away — or I would consult it to be more specific. But I have always kept it in mind as my son and I grow together, trying to figure out which extraordinary parts of him he needs relief from, and which are essential to who he is. All parents of children with autism want to hear the true voice of their kids who are locked inside their autism, and hearing Donna Williams’ voice confirms that there are unimaginable riches of character and intelligence and sensitivity, even in the most apparently disconnected.

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. View all 52 comments. This book was not for me. The main character is just not fun to read about in any way. It was not so okay read for me. Although the concept at the beginning seemed pretty interesting, eventually it started to become a bit predictable and wired! Moreover, the mentioned extra-marital affairs and the problems arising from these have disgusted me a lot!

The signs, illustrations and diagrams were interesting! I really wanted to like this book.

El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche by Mark Haddon (1 star ratings)

I thought the title was brilliantly quirky; I’d heard lots of good things and read many a positive review; I was completely open-minded. And I enjoyed the first half.

It was the second half that really set me against this book. I enjoyed Christopher’s story and his inner monologue, his innocence and simplicity and attention to detail and linear thinking.


I started to really feel for him and sympathize with his differences. From what I know of autism and it isn’ I really wanted to like this book.

From what I know of autism and it isn’t terribly much, so don’t count me as an expert or anything I thought Christopher’s character was a good portrayal of an autistic child, how their minds work, what they feel and don’t feel and how they react to things.

It was when shit hit the fan for Christopher and his dad and he ell off on a whimsical quest to London that I lost all patience with him.

Maybe this makes me a terrible person. I know that I’d never be able to work with autistic children, but I respect the people who do all the more. I understand that it’s not a choice for Christopher to be unable to feel or reciprocate people’s feelings, but it still drove me over the edge. He stopped being charming and innocent, especially with all of his talk of stabbing people with his Swiss Army knife.

Who gives an autistic kid a knife anyway, when he’s known to hit people when feeling threatened? Bad move, mom and dad. Maybe I was disappointed because this book was billed as a mystery and darkly comedic, and I didn’t feel like it was either of those things. For a good, darkly comedic mystery about an autistic child, check out Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.

This one didn’t quite measure up, and left me disappointed and irritated. View all 12 comments. Ugh okay so this is sort of a story within a story.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in medianoceh Night Time is presented to readers as a murder mystery story written by the main character himself for school. Everything that happens in this book is told to readers exactly as the main character sees and experiences it.

Which I have to admit, is a really great concept. Our main character, Christopher, is a year-old meianoche who has high functioning autism…or so we think. That is never actually specified, ever. Readers see that Christophe struggles socially and emotionally, and we are aware that mediaonche goes to a school for people who have special needs. But in regards to what is actually going on with him, we never get any explicit explanation. Not only that, but the symptoms shown throughout the book appear to be very extreme cases.

Also his self-awareness seems to be a bit off when compared to the degree of his symptoms. He is incredibly rude when he talks about other students in his school and he thinks very highly of himself in comparison to other students. So anyway onto the plot. What I medainoche say is that I like the idea of this story. I was really invested in the things haddom Christopher discovers and found myself rooting for him. Everything felt too convenient for the story and not necessarily accurate in the representation of a person with HFA…or just in general tbh.

So while it was relatively entertaining, it just didn’t work for me here. View all 3 comments. Jul 01, Irene rated it it was ok.