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Now you can go where no one has been before: deep inside a mind with high-functioning autism. In his roller coaster of a life, Dylan Volk (aka Dielawn) has lived all over the country, tried to fit in with many different crowds, and been in jail a few times. 

Now he has written a tell-all book to give you all the juicy details. Don't listen to this book before you go to sleep - you may be up all night!

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  • Adrienne L.
  • 30-06-20

Pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed this book.

He has a great narrative voice and this would have been a good memoir even if he wasn’t on the spectrum, just based on the life events he shares. But it was an enlightening point of view of the honest black and white thinking differences between neurotypical people compared to someone on the spectrum. I would definitely recommend this audiobook.

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  • Monica T
  • 04-02-20

So relatable! Love it!

I have high-functioning autism so I loooooooved this book! I found myself agreeing aloud at parts (especially about employment woes) and laughing at his jokes (even if they weren't specifically supposed to be jokes, haha). Great memoir! 👍