Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger's
by John Elder Robinson
I'm not usually a fan of the memoir. But as with Ghost Boy, this account is riveting and powerful. John Elder Robinson is the older brother of Augusten Burroughs, whose memoir Running with Scissors gives a hint to stories about how John fares in a family that puts dysfunctional on the map.
If you think you aren't so interested in a story about Aspergians, how about tales of the man who designed (and created) exploding and rocket-filled guitars for the hard rock band KISS. Whether telling poignant stories of figuring out how to make friends or crazy stories of his escapades, teachers, therapists and parents will see how his (undiagnosed until age 40) Aspergers had great influence on events large and small.
Robinson is an exquisite storyteller who shares many truths as well as some great laughs and tears. Very worth reading!