Firstly, there are two reasons why I finished the book over the course of two days. The first being because the book was rather small anyway (180 pages exact), and the other being because it was really good!
The book itself is an intriguing and valuable insight into the autistic mind, and is written in a talented way by Naoki.
Set in the form of a question-and-answer to Frequently Asked Questions about autism, whilst also making use of metaphorical fables and short stories, the book is a handy guide for those who have encountered autism in their lives.
Lastly, it saddened me to find that I found the book at my local Waterstones in the self-help section. Personally, you don’t have to be affected by autism to find this book interesting and enjoyable.