What are the best synesthesia books?

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    #1A Mango-Shaped Space

    A Mango-Shaped Space

    A Mango-Shaped Space is a young adult realistic fiction written by Wendy Mass. This contemporary novel is first published in 2005 by Little, Brown and Company. 

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    Randy Garrett
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "I recently bought the book A Mango-Shaped Space to give it as a gift to a friend, but I ended up reading it myself. The book is suitable for tens, and it's a contemporary novel very enjoyable and interesting. I suggest it to all the young adults out there."
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    #2Out of My Mind

    Out of My Mind

    Out of My Mind is a bestselling children's book by Sharon M. Draper. It tells the story of Melody Brooks, a ten-year-old girl with cerebral palsy. Melody overcomes her challenges and proves to everyone that she is capable of great things.

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    Olivia Ferguson
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "This book is highly recommended to anyone who struggles with some type of disability. Very inspiring! The character's journey is one to read."
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    #3Color Blind (A Dr. Jenna Ramey)

    Color Blind (A Dr. Jenna Ramey)

    Color Blind is a mystery thriller fiction and the first book in A Dr. Jenna Ramey series written by Colby Marshall. It is first published in 2014 by Berkley. 

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    Cheshta Lobo
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "One of the better books about synesthesia out there. It's hard for me to find books on this topic, and this was well written. It's a great mystery thriller."
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    #4Double Vision (Dr. Jenna Ramey)

    Double Vision (Dr. Jenna Ramey)

    Double Vision is a mystery thriller fiction and the second book in Dr. Jenna Ramey series written by Colby Marshall. It is first published in 2015 by Berkley. 

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    Cheryl Fernandez
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "This is a fictional story where the heroine uses her natural synesthesia to track down criminals. It is not really about the phenomenon of synesthesia itself, but, rather, a story about someone who has it. I suppose an individual could learn more about synesthesia from reading this book, but that person would also have to enjoy mystery thriller fiction. This book is not particularly well-liked by the reviewers who read this genre of writing."
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    #5Wednesday Is Indigo Blue

    Wednesday Is Indigo Blue

    Wednesday Is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia is a non-fiction psychology book written by Richard E. Cytowic and David Eagleman. It is published in 2009 by The MIT Press. 

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    Sai Chavan
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "I found "Wednesday Is Indigo Blue" to be well structured as it provides plenty of testimony from people that are living with various forms of synesthesia. I enjoyed the way the authors were able to present complex material in a style that was very logical and easy to follow/comprehend. I walked away with a much deeper understanding of the various forms of synesthesia. "
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    #6Ultraviolet

    Ultraviolet

    Ultraviolet is a paranormal science fiction book written by R. J. Anderson. This young adult novel is the first book in Ultraviolet series published in 2011 by Orchard. 

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    María Luisa Armenta
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "My daughter said this is one of the best books she ever read. She loves books in the sci-fi genre and this fit the bill. She said her friends loved the book also. "
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    #7Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens

    Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens

    Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens: How Synesthetes Color Their Worlds is a non-fiction psychological book written by Patricia Lynne Duffy. It is first published in 2001. 

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    #8The Toaster Oven Mocks Me

    The Toaster Oven Mocks Me

    The Toaster Oven Mocks Me: Living with Synesthesia is a humorous non-fiction memoir written by Steve Margolis. This book was first published in 2015. 

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    Norma Vargas
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "If you have Synesthesia or know someone who does, or just want to understand the condition with a humor filled explaination this is the book for you. Very well written and very funny."
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    #9The Name of this Book Is Secret (The Secret Series)

    The Name of this Book Is Secret (The Secret Series)
    The Name of this Book Is Secret (The Secret Series) is a Mystery, Fantasy, Adventure, Young Adult Fiction novel written by Pseudonymous Bosch. It was published October 1, 2007 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
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    Patricia Amador
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "Very interesting book, i enjoyed reading it and got caught in the moment. The author does a awesome job describing everything in the book. I recommend this book, its for all ages. "

Summary

Best What are the best synesthesia books
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1A Mango-Shaped SpaceBooks 27 Paid
2Out of My MindBooks 24 Paid
3Color Blind (A Dr. Jenna Ramey)Books 23 Paid
4Double Vision (Dr. Jenna Ramey)Books 21 Paid
5Wednesday Is Indigo BlueBooks 20 Paid
6UltravioletBooks 20 Paid
7Blue Cats and Chartreuse KittensBooks 17 Paid
8The Toaster Oven Mocks MeBooks 17 Paid
9The Name of this Book Is Secret (The Secret Series)Books 1 Paid
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