La Différence invisible

La Différence invisible

Marguerite a 27 ans, en apparence rien ne la distingue des autres. Elle est jolie, vive et intelligente. Elle travaille dans une grande entreprise et vit en couple. Pourtant, elle est différente.

Marguerite se sent décalée et lutte chaque jour pour préserver les apparences. Ses gestes sont immuables, proches de la manie. Son environnement doit être un cocon. Elle se sent agressée par le bruit et les bavardages incessants de ses collègues. Lassée de cet état, elle va partir à la rencontre d’elle-même et découvrir qu’elle est autiste Asperger. Sa vie va s’en trouver profondément modifiée.

Title:La Différence invisible
Edition Language:French
ISBN:9782756072678
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    La Différence invisible Reviews

  • Sam Quixote

    Originally published in French in 2016 and published in English for the first time this year, Invisible Differences is the nonfiction story of Marguerite, a 27 year old woman who slowly discovers that...

  • Tatiana

    More of a lesson on autism than anything else, written for people who for some reason still are not aware of what it is. It makes me sad and irritated to read books like this, books that must prove th...

  • Reading_ Tam_ Ishly

    I am so glad I picked up this graphic novel memoir today! The struggles of an adult who has been diagnosed of Asperger's Syndrome are described from a totally different perspective as opposed to what ...

  • San

    This is absolutely wonderful graphic novel that bring up very important topic! I think there are many misconceptions about Asperger's or Autism, not only in France, and I think this book bring more li...

  • Alexander Peterhans

    A graphic novel telling the story of Marguerite, slowly discovering that she has Asperger's Syndrome, and then finally finding peace with herself.Marguerite is 27 years old, has a regular office job a...

  • Reading_ Tam_ Ishly

    I am so glad I picked up this graphic novel memoir today! The struggles of an adult who has been diagnosed of Asperger's Syndrome are described from a totally different perspective as opposed to what ...

  • Bruna Oliveira

    Thanks NetGalley and the publisher for a digital copy in exchange for an honest review.This graphic novel is about Margaret, a woman who feels socially awkward (among other things) and then she discov...

  • Rod Brown

    A 27-year-old French woman named Marguerite feels she is inexplicably losing the struggle of coping with life until she discovers that she has Asperger's in this dramatized or semi-autobiographical ac...

  • Evelina | AvalinahsBooks

    How I read this: Free ebook copy received through NetGalleyIf you're someone who thinks they might be autistic, this is the book to read. If you're someone who knows a person who's been recently diagn...

  • Melanie

    This was great. Marguerite receives the diagnosis of Aspergers as an adult and finds that finally figuring out why all her life she has always felt so awkward actually improves her life so much. Her j...