The Cubic Pea intentionally presents a fictitious, rose-tinted and, at times, humorous view of Asperger’s Syndrome (ASD). Bonds are forged as a result of traumatic childhood experiences and a shared love of roast dinners. Are these bonds strong enough to survive the conflicts which arise between logic and emotion? Can the exceptional skills of Robert and Jake, both of whom have Asperger’s Syndrome, be released whilst they struggle to cope with the chaos of everyday life? What is the secret William is hiding and will Alice be able to find the answer she craves without addressing her own demons?
- Tim Morris
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The Cubic Pea 2021-01-22
Fictional story of cyber fraud in a brewery with Aspie interest