Stim by Kevin BerryPublication date: October 16th 2013
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult
This absorbing and humorous story is starkly told from Robert’s point of view, through the kaleidoscope of autistic experience.
I just loved this book. When I was first offered to get a ARC of this book and I saw the description I was happy to come across this book. I am an Aspie and I rarely come across books with a aspie in it. So one thing I loved about it was that I can relate to the character in some of Roberts actions. There was many awkward, cringe worthy moments. This book was hilarious and I couldn't help but to laugh out loud. (Which at the time wasn't a good thing being that I was in public reading this book. Got some people looking at me like I was crazy.) I loved the characters, I liked how quirky his friends were, I loved the Kittens name and the jokes that came with it. There was never a dull moment and I just couldn't put it down. Overall this is a great book and I highly recommend!
Kevin Berry is an indie author. His particular niche is writing Aspie New Adult contemporary novels set in an earthquake zone. The first of these is STIM, published in October 2013.