Damn, I super loved In a Different Key: The Story of Autism. A publisher sent it to me and I was expecting some good information but non-fiction can be a little rough for me. When it showed up at 500+ pages I assumed I was in for somewhat of a snoozefest but I didn’t snooze a single time. As the title implies, it is the story of autism and it is fascinating. It takes a pretty even hand and describes numerous theories and some really awful treatment from years gone by – and today. I learned a whole lot about something I had no idea I wanted to know a whole lot about. This book is highly recommended for people with an interest in science, in autism, or in puzzle stories that are slowly and tensely put together.