I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for writing an honest review.
Stim was rather fast paced with not a whole lot going on. I was extremely interested to read a story from the point of view of a person with Autism, though. It helped me understand my brother-in-law a little better who, like Robert, has trouble deciphering emotions, body language, metaphors, and idioms. The story was short and wrapped up quickly and predictably. I think this book could have been better if it were longer with more things actually happening if the character development happened a bit more slowly I think it would have made a bit more sense. The few scenes where something exciting actually happened felt rather stunted. This book is okay but I wouldn’t recommend it.