What are the best books by autistic authors?

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    #1All the Weight of Our Dreams

    All the Weight of Our Dreams
    All the Weight of Our Dreams: On Living Racialized Autism is an anthology from the Autism Women's Network. It was first released in 2017. It has poems, essays, fiction, photos, paintings, and drawings from 61 writers.
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    Justin May
    Written on April 23, 2018
    ""All the Weight of Our Dreams" is an amazing compilation of life events which is a great source of inspiration not only for autistic people but for everyone else. The struggles, overcoming the obstacles life gives you along your journey are wonderfully articulated in this book. "
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    #2Aquamarine Blue 5

    Aquamarine Blue 5

    Aquamarine Blue 5: Personal Stories of College Students with Autism is a book by Dawn Prince-Hughes. It was published in 2002. It contained personal stories from students with autism. It was rated Outstanding by AASL.

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    Hemant Kadam
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "Really good book, but I don't think my autistic son is quite ready for it. I myself enjoyed it, especially some of the insight by the students who wrote these essays. Really nice collection, can't wait to put some of this into use."
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    #3On the Edge of Gone

    On the Edge of Gone
    On the Edge of Gone is a dystopic science fiction written uprising novelist Corinne Duyvis. It was originally released in 2016. It is about a future where the Earth is preparing for a meteoric blast while a family searches for a loved one.

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    Kyle Nichols
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Great book that explores a world on the edge of a disaster. Follows a family looking for a loved one as the world falls apart. "
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    #4Life Within Parole (Vol. 1)

    Life Within Parole (Vol. 1)
    Life Within Parole is the first volume of the collection of short dystopic science fiction written by RoAnna Sylver. It was released in November 11, 2016. It has 11 short stories set in the fictional universe Chameleon Moon.
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    Jose Simmons
    Written on April 18, 2018
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    #5Chameleon Moon (Vol. 1)

    Chameleon Moon (Vol. 1)
    Chameleon Moon is the first volume of the short story collection written by RoAnna Sylver. The stories are futuristic and dystopic, set in the fictional universe, Chameleon Moon. It was first released in October 2016.
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    Dorothy Alvarado
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "I really enjoyed this Kindle book. I was engaged and fell in love the characters. The author has done a great job and I hope there are many more books from this author to read in the years to come. "
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    #6Songs of the Gorilla Nation

    Songs of the Gorilla Nation

    Songs of the Gorilla Nation: My Journey Through Autism is a memoir written by best-selling author Dawn Prince-Hughes. It was first published in March 2004. It is about the author and her study about gorillas.

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    #7Marion and Stella

    Marion and Stella
    Marion and Stella: Two Unlaced Girls in a Straight-Laced Society is an inspirational book written by Daina Krummins. It was released in October 2017. It is about two girls with Asperger's trying to live normal lives at the turn of the last century.
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    Terry Reynolds
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "This is a fascinating story that gives the reader a picture of what it's like to live with Asperger's. The setting is the late 19th century and the main protagonists of the story are sisters. I like the way the two sisters explore and navigate their world, which includes the Victorian house they occupy and the hobbies they pursue. It's an interesting portrayal of people whose experiences are not well known. "
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    #8Liquid City

    Liquid City

    Liquid City is a dystopic, adventurous, fantasy, science fiction novel for young adults written by A.C. Buchanan. It was released in May 2015. It is about a human who was left on a strange planet and had to survive its metropolis.

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    Carol Henry
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "In support of the Autistic Spectrum creative community comes this fantastic novel called Liquid City. This sci-fi action novels explores than many nuances of the human condition and a well thought out and creative way. "

Summary

Best What are the best books by autistic authors
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1All the Weight of Our DreamsBooks 32 Paid
2Aquamarine Blue 5Books 27 Paid
3On the Edge of GoneBooks 26 Paid
4Life Within Parole (Vol. 1)Books 24 Paid
5Chameleon Moon (Vol. 1)Books 20 Paid
6Songs of the Gorilla NationBooks 17 Paid
7Marion and StellaBooks 14 Paid
8Liquid CityBooks 12 Paid
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