Neurotribes–#8 on the New York Times bestselller list

4 Sep

I (and many others) have recently reviewed Steve Silberman’s book, Neurotribes. Not taking any credit for this accomplishment–that’s all Steve’s. It’s on the New York Times best seller list. #8 in hard back nonfiction.

NYT Bestseller

Congratulations Steve! Glad to see this effort recognized.

Here are a few reviews of the book–

Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism: How We Autistics Got to Here: Reviewing Steve Silberman’s NeuroTribes and also as NeuroTribes Is Finally Here: Celebrating With a Review, and a Giveaway

Here’s a review an interview on AutismShow.org 50: The forgotten history of autism: NeuroTribes with Steve Silberman

Emily Willingham with an interview and review at Forbes as ‘NeuroTribes’ Will Change What You Think About Autism And Here’s Why

And, yeah, you can find reviews at the New York Times, Atlantic and many other large media outlets too 🙂


By Matt Carey

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3 Responses to “Neurotribes–#8 on the New York Times bestselller list”

  1. mooncatadams September 4, 2015 at 19:39 #

    Just received my copy an hour ago. 🙂

  2. Chris September 5, 2015 at 00:24 #

    I just listened to him on the Inquiring Minds podcast. He and one of the podcast hosts, Indre Viskontas, had known and interacted with the late Oliver Sacks. The first part of the program were them sharing their experiences. It was a good listen.

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