The Second Opinion
Publish date: November 19th 2009
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
I couldn't really get into it. Thea's father was never portrayed sympathetically, although it's possible there's just a cultural gap. It was interesting to get into mind of someone with Asperger's syndrome. The ending makes no sense to me. If Thea's brother is supposed to have the same syndrome she ...
Summary: Dr. Thea Sperelakis, diagnosed as a teen with Asperger's syndrome, has always been an outsider. She has a brilliant medical mind, and a remarkable recall of details, but her difficulty in dealing with hidden agendas and interpersonal conflicts have led her to leave the complex, money-driven...