‘The Autistic Side of Love’ by Samuel Turner

14 June 2022

Samuel Turner has published a new book ‘The Autistic Side of Love’. Librarian Jan reviews the book, which is now also available in our library.

‘The Autistic Side of Love’ by Samuel Turner

14 June 2022

Samuel Turner has published a new book ‘The Autistic Side of Love’. Librarian Jan reviews the book, which is now also available in our library.

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We are so thrilled that Samuel Turner has added to his achievements by writing a book.  Samuel has volunteered for Cerebra as a fundraiser and is well known to all the staff here.  We are delighted to have some copies of his book available to borrow in our postal library.

This is the story of how two young people with autism who met up again after being at the same school together, realise it is not only friendship that they share, but love.

It is the heart-warming story of surviving adversity and the pandemic to find each other again and declare their undying love for each other.

Based on his personal experience, Samuel tells the story of Markus and Prissy.

Finding love is never easy, having autism only adds to the difficulties.  But Markus and Prissy show us that “love will find a way”.  Read their story to see ‘The Autistic Side of Love’.

Janet Pugh
Librarian, Cerebra

 

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2 thoughts on “‘The Autistic Side of Love’ by Samuel Turner”

  1. ‘The Autistic Side of Love

    Hello, Could I please borrow the above book please. I will also share the information regarding this book with my colleagues.

    1. Hi Carole, are you already a member of our library? If not, you can join here. You will then be able to borrow anything you like from the library!

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