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  2. One thing worthy of note is that unfortunately autistic people can hold harmful and ableist attitudes, and I think that including that in Drea’s character is not problematic, but realistic. The real question is whether the author portrays these attitudes as negative. Since no one calls Drea out on these views, I’d say that the fault lies with the author’s tone, not their characterization of Drea per se.

  3. I read this one recently, and while I didn’t like everything about it, I still really liked it. One of the best depictions of Asperger’s I’ve seen in fiction.

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