Bought 19 Feb 2007 (Bookends)

Obviously annoyed by the I-can-cope-with-life memoirs of the higher functioning Aspergers people like Temple Grandin, Park details life with Jessy, her severely autistic and still-dependent daughter. This follows up on a book about Jessy’s childhood which I haven’t read, and adds in years of observation. But it just didn’t engage me much, although I will add it to my collection on this area.