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[Following is an official review of "What I Wish We Knew" by Zarqnon the Embarrassed.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Have you ever wondered what it means to be on the spectrum? Have you ever thought about why an autistic person is different? Or how they process life? Whether you know about this topic or not, I'm sure What I Wish We Knew by Zarqnon the Embarrassed will give you a good experience. You get to see what it is through the eyes of the writer, who was diagnosed as an adult after the diagnosis of his children. The book talks about every detail in life and how people on the spectrum can handle it.

I liked everything about this book. The writer's style is smooth, simple, and clear. You'll not face a moment of boredom. I like how the writer poured out his heart into this book and talked so sincerely. The book is very educational and eye-opening. It gave me a much better understanding of how people can be different. It also showed me how people on the spectrum process every detail of life differently. I admired how the writer could go through life before his diagnosis but still succeed in it. I can't imagine how hard it was and the number of obstacles he had to go through.

There is absolutely nothing to hate about this book. It was well-written and well-put-together. The editing of the book was exceptional. I could not notice any errors or mistakes. I enjoyed every page of the book. Therefore, I rate it five out of five stars.

I recommend the book to everyone. I believe the book is useful and suitable for everyone. It suits people on the spectrum, especially those who haven't been diagnosed yet. It is also educational for people who would like to learn more about our differences and how we don't all have the same experiences in life.

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I wanted to understand what it means to be on the spectrum and diagnosis. Thanks for the review.
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