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And I enjoyed the first half. I did not disl This book received a lot of acclaim. Did I give it 1 star, in order to undo some of the damage done by the 5-starrers?

The plot was intriguing, but Haddon writes like a three-year-old. That’s all I am going to say, and the two stars are for the first pages or less! Stars are assigned as follows:. Christopher does his best to solve the mystery himself, much to his father’s dismay, while also telling us about things that interest him like math, physics, and astronomythings he likes like the color red and animalsthings he dislikes like the colors yellow and brown and being touchedwhile also incorporating the details about the mystery and happenings of his everyday life.

His ego has been massaged enough by all the ludicrous 5-star reviews. This kind of crass, weird and out-of-place stuff really wasn’t necessary and I’d rather not even think about why the hell Haddon would dwell so much on it. From what I know of autism and it isn’t terribly much, so don’t count me as an expert or anything I thought Christopher’s character was a good portrayal of an autistic child, how their minds work, what they feel and don’t feel and how they react to things.

Agapea Libros UrgentesSpain Seller rating: I did like the few cultural references scattered around like the math references or the ones concerning Sherlock Holmes.

There were infidente lot of talk about mathematics that I didn’t understand. He is incredibly rude when he talks about other students in his school and he thinks very highly of himself in comparison to other students. While we are supposed to object when Christopher is mocked as “special needs” and a freak, Christopher treats his own schoolmates with similar contempt, particularly Joseph Fleming, who “eats everything,” including “one of the little blocks of blue disinfectant which hang inside the toilets,” “a 50 pound note from his mother’s wallet,” “string and rubber bands and tissues and writing paper and paints and plastic forks,” and also “bangs his chin and screams a lot.


Please don’t curioxo this book to be the actual workings of an autistic mind. Yes, I see the good side to it. Temple Grandin’s books are much better for this purpose. Some people have said that it doesn’t represent autism properly but others have said that it does. At the first half of the novel, the mystery is solved.

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El Curioso Incidente del Perro a Medianoche by Mark Haddon (2011, Paperback)

People who bought this also bought. As it is, our expectation of this book was elevated by all the hype and praise. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to curoso. I wanted, really really wanted, to love this book.

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Had the entire book been dull, it might almost have been better. I started to really feel for him and sympathize with his differences. But what about other mentally disabled people whose voices we don’t have access to, like Joseph Fleming’s? Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really are.

Unfortunately, Christopher is simply made into a seemingly helpless victim who cannot be trusted to do things on his own. In combination all of this was unbelievable. El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche.


I did everything in my power to love this book. However, I would not recommend this because it disappointed me and I couldn’t, in good conscience, tell anyone to read a book I was disappointed in. This one didn’t quite measure up, and left me disappointed and irritated. It does help with my problems Yes, he’s meant to be autistic, but Haddon didn’t bother researching autism at all so that point is moot.

El curioso incidente del perro a medianoche by Mark Haddon (2 star ratings)

I have gotten mixed responses from different people about this novel, many of which were positive, some of which were negative, one of which that was scathing, and I must say that I reside a bit more with those in the second and third options that I gave.

Lists with This Book. Add to want list. A Novel by John GrishamHardcover He doesn’t like other people and he doesn’t like being touched; as a result, when confused or angry, he often screams, groans, or physically attacks others.

Please do not use this book to try to understand an autistic person in your life, or to gather any information about Asperger ‘s Syndrome or anything else related. They “warned” me that the narrator “have a messed up mind and jumps from one topic to the other all haddn time it’s so confusing”, but it felt very natural to me. The concept is interesting: The whole book was like this.

Nice concept but it could have haddn done a little better. It is a very bad book and proves that writing about aspergers should be left to the real experts- those with it! Lo predecible de todo.