The Outlaw Josie’s CBR-III Review #24: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, by Dr. Oliver Sacks

I’d definitely recommend this book to people interested in how the brain works and the weird stuff it can do.  It’s a good read, and Dr. Sacks’ voice is clear and entertaining.  He appreciates some of the goofiness these challenges present and admits it with gentle humor, keeping the book light and pretty entertaining for a fairly technical accounting.  It’s a great read!  Read more of this review at The Outlaw Josie Brown…

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One response to “The Outlaw Josie’s CBR-III Review #24: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, by Dr. Oliver Sacks

  1. Fyrehaar

    Sacks is always a good read. When I was in college being assigned to read his work was a bright spot in the academic year (Cognitive Science minor, for the win)

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