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Mozart and the Whale: An Asperger's Love Story

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This riveting and inspiring memoir is penned by a couple who fell in love, fell apart, and finally overcame the pressures of fame, family, and ... Show synopsis

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Raech

Mozart and the Whale

by Raech on Oct 10, 2007

This is the true story of two adults with Asperger's Syndrome (a high functioning form of autism) who meet and fall in love. The book has alternating chapters from each perspective, starting when they were young and progressing through their relationship. Both struggled through a confused and frustrating childhood. When they met as adults, they were thrilled to find kindred spirits in each other. But when they got married, it was a near disaster. When they met, Mary had been through many troubling relationships, Jerry had never had one before. Mary is highly artistic and musical, Jerry is a numerical savant. Mary was wildly spontaneous, unpredictable and prone to depression. Jerry had a very routine, structured life with terrible outbursts of anger when his order was disrupted. Due to their disability, they both had a serious lack of empathy and inability to compromise. Through sheer willpower they tried to stay together. Their story is told with brutal honesty, frankness and quite a bit of humor. It will make you laugh and nearly cry, and admire the great strides Jerry and Mary make in struggling to overcome their difficulties and keep their relationship intact.

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