My Son’s Not Rainman: One Man, One Autistic Boy, A Million Adventures

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2 Responses to My Son’s Not Rainman: One Man, One Autistic Boy, A Million Adventures

  1. georgejulian says:

    An honest, no frills attached, observation and celebration of love and life As someone who followed John’s blog I had high hopes for the book, and was not disappointed. Devoured in a long afternoon, I laughed, I cried (yes really) and I felt like as readers we were given an intimate glimpse into The Boy’s life, and that of his family. Readers are taken on a whistle stop tour of the pre-teen years, the highs and the lows, developmental milestones, diagnoses, stand-up comedy, relationship breakdown, (non)conformity, societal challenges and judgement, mental illness,…

  2. Alan Bridger says:

    A sensitive, honest and genuine celebration of humanity and individuality This is a very personal and honest account of the author’s relationship with his son – The Boy – and the difficulties that they face with The Boy’s autism and Cerebral palsy. It’s a moving and poignant story that is nevertheless frequently incredibly funny, and often made me laugh out loud. It was an interesting and eye-opening account for someone without children and not closely familiar with autism, which should provide insight for anyone into the difficulties of parenting,…