Jonathan RabanThe Sunday Times (London)A remarkable, generous, vivid and thoroughly intelligent piece of writing -- a 'neurological novel,' as Sacks calls it.
Jerome BrunerThe New York Review of BooksA neurologist in [the] great tradition... [this is] a narrative comparable to Conrad's The Secret Sharer.
Vic SussmanThe Washington Post Book WorldIn calling for a neurology of the soul and a deeper and more humane medicine, Sacks's remarkable book raises issues of profound importance for everyone interested in humane health care and the human application of science.
First edition Summit Books 1984
Clean tight bright copy Dj in fine shape Only problem a small cut on back of dj on spine