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While it does have stereotypes in it, it’s still realistic. He describes himself as a ‘hard-line atheist’. 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. View all 30 comments. Enjoy this book as a work of fiction but nothing m Please don’t take this book to be the actual workings of an autistic mind. Through the first half of the book I did find myself becoming interested, but I think it just took me too long to read considering the size of it.
From that point, the second half of the novel hugely focuses on Christopher attempting to travel to London by himself. I knew I hated this book by the second-prime-number chapter.
El Curioso Incidente del Perro a Medianoche by Mark Haddon (2011, Paperback)
The main character is just not fun incdente read about in any way. His second adult-novel, A Spot of Botherwas published in September I guess I was sort of envisioning that this book would be like a mix of the two – not that schizophrenia has much to do with autism other than they both cause people to view the world in a different way than most – but I was envisioning someone with a strange outlook investigating a murder.
This honestly makes no sense, I know several kids, most of them teenagers, with ASD, and none of them ever talk or act the way Christopher does. But not this for sure.
The prose emdianoche and haxdon I know it should hadon like a 15 year old autistic boy wrote it – was really bad, and at times it felt like pieces where written just to fill a few more pages and wasn’t really relevant to the story. It was completely emotionless no matter who is talking, Christopher, his parents or anyone.
His excuse for this is that Christopher, the main character, is autistic. But in regards to what is actually going on with him, we never get any explicit explanation. So, yes, it is worth a read, maybe you’ll like it better. In truth, though, we probably shouldn’t like Christopher for how he is one of us, but for his differences.
Unfortunate, since the author didn’t do this on purpose, but it is what it is.
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Anyone reading this should be subjected to someone groaning in close proximity until they stop.
El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche
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. Now, this was not what I’d stepped into. I was bothered by the fact that the protagonist is not labeled as autistic or having Aspergers, though it seems to be the case. View all comments. 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 e 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.
They “warned” me that the narrator “have a messed up mind and jumps from one topic to the other all inciddnte time it’s so confusing”, but medianochw felt very natural to me. To ask other readers questions about El curioso incidente del perro a medianocheplease sign up.
I wanted, really really wanted, to love this book. Readers see that Christophe struggles socially and emotionally, and we are aware that he goes to a school for people who have special needs. Su protagonista, El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche es una novela que no se parece a ninguna otra.
El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche by Mark Haddon (2 star ratings)
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I wanted something really exciting to happen in the last few chapters, but I was instead kind of disappointed.
Just a q while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Quotes from El curioso incide Instead, you get a novel that starts off as a promising murder mystery.
English Choose a language for shopping. While obviously he is different from us – he can multiply by in his head, he counts prime hxddon when he is upset, and he lacks imagination – he is also similar. Maybe I just walked into this one with a lot of dog-ish expectations and came out annoyed. I also found that it is a very typical book of the understanding of a professional- they have their facts about aspergers but they don’t actually experience it!
Everything felt too convenient for the story and not necessarily accurate in the representation of a person with HFA…or just in general tbh. As, quite honestly, I’m sure there are better books to read on autism than just this one. We admire him in spite of his differences, not because of them, and in the process we fail to recognize Christopher for what incidennte him truly special.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. There were some decent qualities in this piece, like how the chapters were counted by prime number instead of in order for instance, the chapters were 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, etc.
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