Reviews

  • This vital memoir illuminates the power of being on the autism spectrum

    The Times
  • This book is truly exceptional. Applying science to the problems of human relationships, the perils of perfectionism and the pitfalls of social etiquette, Millie has written a joyous, funny and hugely insightful text for all of us - whether neurotypical or neurodiverse. This 'Outsiders Guide to the Human Race' is warm, witty and a joy to read.

    Gina Rippon, cognitive neuroscientist/autism researcher and author of 'The Gendered Brain'
  • Thoughtful, incisive and important: this is a must-read for an accessible education in human understanding. It blew my mind!

    Laura Jane Williams, author of 'Our Stop' and 'Becoming: Second Sex, Second Chances, and Figuring Out Who the Hell I Am'
  • Whether neurodiverse or neurotypical, Pang's witty account is a must-read for anyone who wants to broaden their understanding of life beyond what society defines as the 'norm'

    Dazed
  • Camilla's book is an accessible guide to scientific concepts that is humorous and engaging

    BBC Science Focus
  • A scientific blueprint of human nature and all its bizarre social norms

    Bustle
  • An easy-to-read part-memoir, part-explanation of why humans are the way they are and what we can learn from it

    Refinery29