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“I liked Elizabeth Moon, The Speed Of Dark. A certain...”

Written on: 08/07/2006 by thepaladin (49 reviews written)

I liked Elizabeth Moon, The Speed Of Dark. A certain amount of insight and some hope mix together to give an interesting look at mild autism. The end may be a little contrived, but if you stop and think about it, it brings about it's own questions… Read Full Review

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“The Speed Of Dark ”

Written on: 29/02/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

The Speed Of Dark
Elizabeth Moon
Ballantine, March 2004, $13.95, 340pp.
ISBN:0345447749

Though Lou Arrendale suffers from autism, he refuses to allow that condition from stopping him from living a fruitful "normal" life. Lou works at a pharmaceutical company and has many friends. He has adapted to the troubles his condition causes him in a non-autistic society by adopting polite mannerisms such as shaking hands and using salutations. Lou tries very hard to behave "normal" when he is in the… Read Full Review

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