"Deeply felt and often darkly funny, "Look Me in the Eye" is a delight."
--"People "magazine, Critics Choice, 4 Stars
"It's a fantastic life story (highlights include building guitars for KISS) told with grace, humor, and a bracing lack of sentimentality."
"Dramatic and revealing."
"Lean, powerful in its descriptive accuracy and engaging in its understated humor...Emotionally gripping."
"Robison's lack of finesse with language is not only forgivable, but an asset to his story . . . His rigid sentences are arguably more telling of his condition than if he had created the most graceful prose this side of Proust."
""Look Me in the Eye" is a fantastic read that takes readers into the mind of an Aspergian both through its plot and through the calm, logical style in which Robison writes. . . Even if you have no personal connections with Asperger' s, you'll find that Robison--like his brother, Burroughs--has a life worth reading about."
"Not only does Robison share with his famous brother, Augusten Burroughs ("Running With Scissors"), a talent for writing; he also has that same deadpan, biting humor that's so irresistible."
"There's an endearing quality to Robison and his story that transcends the "Scissors" connection ..." Look Me in the Eye" is often drolly funny and seldom angry or self-pitying. Even when describing his fear that he'd grow up to be a sociopathic killer, Robison brings a light touch to what could be construed as dark subject matter...Robison is also a natural storyteller and engaging conversationalist."
--"The Boston Globe
""This is no misery memoir...[Robison] is a gifted storyteller with a deadpan sense of humour and the book is a rollicking read.
"Robison's memoir is must reading for its unblinking (as only an Aspergian can) glshow more