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This appeal and utility of this book goes well beyond its obvious audience. I recommend it to anyone with a basic interest in 'how thinking works', in either the cognitive or neurological sense, because that is truly what this book is about.It is comprised of articles, mostly by people with MS, who describe their symptoms and coping strategies. The interest lies in the consequences of even very tiny things going wrong, or going missing, and then how those affected find ways to route around the gaps and disruptions. It could easily have become a depressing catalog of morbidities; it never does.