Incredibly ableist, focusing primarily on how the main character needs to fit in with neurotypicals to the exclusion of being allowed to be herself, and be different. I know it makes attempts at being accepting of differences, but from an insider's perspective, this book is incredibly ableist. Especially for something written in the 21st century.
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Novel about a girl with Asperger’s