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The name of the book that I read was Nobody Nowhere and the author was Donna Williams The book was an autobiography about an autistic woman named Donna Williams She basically tells you what life is like mentally physically and emotionally for her She starts telling her story at the age of three until the age of twenty-six She never learned to speak until the age of ten and even then all she could do was repeat what other people said This was tough for her but yet so many other things were too She developed multiple personalities Willie and Carol When she was meeting new people she was Willie He was tough and mean to everyone She had social issues because she did not know the proper way to act She also would let no one touch her or look her in the eye She looked through people or away She never once cried because she did not know how to feel so she would cut her face showing her emotions She ran away from home several times and even tried to commit suicide because of her home life Her mom would mentally abuse her and call her crazy and tell her she was worth nothing She eventually moved out on her own at nineteen She lived with several different guys that took her money and beat her She would also move exactly every three months because she couldnt stand being in one place for any longer then that Later on in life she had met a family that had kindly taken her in and sent her to a special school From going to the school she learned how to properly speak and write She eventually saw a psychiatrist where she soon learned that she had autisim She read a book about it and became furious and upset about her life From this she decided to write her own book about her life to
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