"Is Richard Handy really my friend?"
It's been one year, two weeks, and three days since Samuel Hoenig opened the doors of Questions Answered. The personality traits of his Asperger's Syndrome help him maintain objectivity - a critical component of his business's continuing success.
But when Tyler Clayton, a young man who also has Asperger's, asks if a store clerk is truly his friend, Samuel, for the first time, can't bear to give an objective answer. It's a dicey situation that only gets worse when one of the key players ends up dead. Resolving to do the right thing, Samuel, with help from his associate Ms. Washburn, wades into the murky waters of friendship, and the answer he finds may be a revelation to himself most of all.
©2016 E.J. Copperman and Jeff Cohen (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
"The ways of the neurotypical continue to perplex this unusual protagonist, much to the delight of readers of all cognitive stripes." (Kirkus Reviews)
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When the author gets past explaining every, and I mean every, detail of life on the autism and allied disorders spectrum - then I will read another in the series.
Aspergers is an interesting topic. I think as my third novel you waste too much time speaking about it.
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