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Eileen ShearsRhodriWellington To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about El curioso incidente del perro a medianocheplease sign up. Did this book make you guys think about autism and mental health in the world? Wulandaria Yes, but in a rather different way. I am mildly autistic or so what my parents told me about what the psychologist told incisente when Incidentf was like, two.
They told me I have curilso problem with balance sensitivity, which is why I think better when I constantly jump and move, and I relax by shaking and twisting my neck and move my head as much as possible. They “warned” me that the narrator “have a messed up mind and jumps from one topic to the other all the time it’s so confusing”, but it felt very natural to me. While it does have stereotypes in it, it’s still realistic.
I had speech delay I never begged or anything like that because I practically couldn’t talk and some communication problems so my family practically dragged me to writing clubs and such, online and in incidrnte real world. It does help with my problems I can’t find it!
We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but incdente really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really medinoche. 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 cel night!
It is something that Siobhan says to Christopher because she is not sure of how he is really processing this new piece of information that he found out about his mother. 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.
She really should listen to him; he’s told her countless times that he is incapable of telling a lie.
It’s in chapter on page See all 48 questions about El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche…. Lists with This Book.
This crap won the prestigious Whitbread Book of the Year honors, and while I have absolutely no idea what that entails, I firmly support both the eradication of this farcical award and the crucifixion of anyone on the selection committee that nominated this stinking smegma.
This was both slick and sweet, even if the book blew, I could probably unload it on ebay and manage to actually make some money out of the deal. I will instead be using it as kindling for the next bonfire I start while camping. Also, I had nothing else to read. I can say that this book taught me one thing; I solemnly vow only to bring a book I enjoy while secluded from the outside world from this day forth.
While hail pummeled the area, t-storms unleashed an epic deluge, and tornados were spotted touching down and killing people, the hicks took all this in perfect stride. In order to blend in with the natives, I peeled off my top, kicked off my shoes, scratched my nuts generously before picking my nose, and continued drinking, acting as nonchalant as possible in 90 mph winds while getting pulverized with all forms of precipitation.
If my simple-minded slander is going to bother you, go find something more worthwhile to do. First, by page twenty-five I was just sick of the all the words in bold and all the diagrams and illustrations. Yes, I understand that the story is told from the point of view of an autistic kid, it would be damned hard not to grasp that, but was it really necessary?
Is this supposed to be representative of how autistic people think? Who the hell knows, but I personally found it annoying. I will give the author kudos that the story was every bit as demanding as dealing with someone with autism, laying belly-down on the floor like a lowly reptile and groaning after seeing a brown paper bag. Lastly, this autistic kid is walking around with a knife throughout the book and ceaselessly contemplating shanking strangers with it.
This honestly just absolutely offends me.
El Curioso Incidente del Perro a Medianoche by Mark Haddon (2011, Paperback)
This whole mystery is solved quickly and rather lamely within the story, which is fittingly moronic considering the whole work.
From there, Christopher goes on a quest to find his mother, whom he believed deceased, which is absolute crap. A happy ending to this drek was genuinely soul-destroying. I can only speculate that prior toonce a child displayed the symptoms of autism they were unceremoniously dragged to the nearest river and drowned, or smothered with hay.
A story like that would be solid. Pick your own ending of this tragic tale: B Thok finds the nearest mediwnoche stone and bludgeons Oog to death, resulting in an immediately full belly for the hearty hunter and about 85 edible pounds of meat for future consumption should the herd they are stalking decide to take to the hills.
Anyone reading this should mefianoche subjected to someone incidentr in close proximity until they stop. Then they can tell me how cool that shit is. View all comments. The Reading Rabbit This was more entertaining than the last pages I just read. Not 5, because i’m slightly disconcerted. Dec 25, How do I trim that shit off? Dec 30, The concept is interesting: The chapters baddon cleverly numbered by rel numbers, which ties in with the novel.
It has interesting illustrations and diagrams to look at. However, I would not recommend this because it disappointed me and I couldn’t, in good conscience, mak anyone to read a book I was disappointed in. I guess my disappointment lies in the fact that not only did my book club tout haaddon as a mystery novel but also many of the li The concept is interesting: I guess my disappointment lies in the fact that not only did my book club tout this as a mystery novel but also many of the literary reviews I read as well.
What I was expecting was an exciting roller coaster ride mystery about an autistic boy trying to find the killer of his neighbor’s dog and, as he slowly sleuths out the killer, finds himself embroiled in dangerous life curioao situations. However, The Curious Incident Instead, you get a novel that starts off as a promising murder mystery.
At the first half of the novel, the mystery is solved.
El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche by Mark Haddon (1 star ratings)
Or rather we’re unceremoniously told who is the murderer of the dog. From that point, the second half of the novel yaddon focuses on Christopher attempting to travel to London by himself. A difficult task considering Christopher is autistic, hates crowds and can’t stand to be touched by people. I won’t tell who the murderer is or why Christopher takes off to London, as these are the only two real surprises of the novel.
I will say overall this was a huge disappointment to me. I thought I was getting an exciting murder mystery and medianochr I got a highly readable family melodrama. Perhaps if this was not pushed as a murder mystery I would have enjoyed it much more. An interesting read but I wouldn’t recommend it. View all 25 comments.
People who annoy me. Ok, I get the concept. A heartwarming story told from the vantage point of incicente autistic boy.
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For the “Literary Snob”? I should have known. I’m smart, I’m educated. I’m a professional woman who adores literature and hadxon to read. I’d also read the reviews. I’ll give it a shot, ok? It took me a full month to get through this book.
This from someone who can devour a book in twelve hours including “masterpieces” such as Memoirs of a Geisha, Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice I didn’t like it. It left me depressed and out of sorts. And a little pissed off.
If that’s what makes a “Classic” these days, please count me out.