Will Hadcroft has laid his entire being open to scrutiny in this masterful piece of work. Private thoughts and self criticism that we all have in common but keep safely locked within our heads has been bravely set down for all to read.
I knew little of Asperger Syndrome before reading this book, and I suppose I was half expecting an educational text book before opening this pleasingly presented book. Instead, what I discovered was an easy-to-read and gripping account of one man's life as he takes us on a step-by-step guide of all his hang-ups and obsessions and recognised one hell of a lot of them within myself!
Will explains quite early on that he felt he was a mis-fit and became anxious in crowded places; feeling that he was out-of-place and totally alienated from those around him. "The Feeling's Unmutual" confirms my suspicion that the author is perhaps the bravest and most sane of us all.
A damned good read, and one of those rare books that would translate well into a modern day British movie.
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