No two people are exactly alike, but Elijah Crowe is very, very different. Elijah is on the autism spectrum, so the tasks of day-to-day life most people breeze through are a challenge for him. His career suffered because he never got the hang of schmoozing, and now he wastes his talents teaching classes at the mall. His social circle is limited to his ex, his therapist, and a structured inclusion group at the Rec Center. The one bright spot in his life is the memory science of Mnemography.
Although he loves nothing better than devouring the latest research and tinkering with all the specialized equipment, he never clicked with any other experts in the field until he met Daniel Schroeder. Daniel runs a memory palace - he even writes his own mnems - and that shared interest alone would make him fascinating. But Daniel and Elijah met under unusual circumstances, where the statement, "I like you, and I think you like me," held some surprising nuances.
Now Elijah suspects he's gay, but the few prominent people in his life are less than supportive. Some are downright hostile. Elijah might not be neurotypical, but he's plenty smart. Surely he can figure out some way to make people accept him for who he is.
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Possibly better than the first book!
not sure as I haven't read the print version, but the narrator did an excellent job
when the ex walks in... :)
Seth Clayton did a very good job narrating this one from Elijah's POV. He did well with changing up the cadence of the narration to account for Elijah being autistic & the way his thought processes slow down to try to think things thru & go manic with panic
so far this is a very entertaining series, can't wait for the 3rd book!
Amazing! My favorite of the series - Love Elijah!
- Morgan A Skye