Invisible Differences OGN
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Invisible Differences OGN

Writer: Julie Dachez Artist: Mademoiselle Caroline Publisher: Oni Press Release Date: August 19, 2020 Cover Price: $19.99 Critic Reviews: 3
9.2Critic Rating
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Meet Marguerite. She feels awkward, struggling every day to stay productive at work and keep up appearances with friends. She's sensitive, irritable at times. She makes her environment a fluffy, comforting cocoon, alienating her boyfriend. The everyday noise and stimuli assaults her senses, the constant chatter of her coworkers working her last nerve. Then, when one big fight with her boyfriend finds her frustrated and dejected, Marguerite finally investigates the root of her discomfort: after a journey of tough conversations with her loved ones, doctors, and the internet, she discovers that she has Aspergers. Her life is profoundly changed - more

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - Kellie Keener Jul 5, 2020

    Invisible Differences wonderfully blends entertainment with education. The final pages include reference notes and additional resources where readers can learn more. I saw myself in Invisible Differences and hope other autistic readers can relate to Marguerites struggles, and neurotypical readers can learn more about how we see the world a little differently. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    COMICON - Benjamin Hall Oct 22, 2020

    Marguerite discovers she is on the Autism Spectrum. With this diagnosis her life changes for the better. Is this true, or is it just a simple change of pace? Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Impulse Gamer - Chris O'Connor Jun 17, 2020

    I would heartily recommend this book for anyone who has Aspergers, who feels they might, who knows someone who has Aspergers or who has any trouble dealing with the world around them" I guess really I'm saying I think everyone can get something out of this book" there's a chance it might also sound familiar to some readers who previously hadn't connected the dots and if it can help them learn more about their situation and how to adjust their world accordingly then I hope that happens. A lovely book, well worth a read! Read Full Review

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