—The London Times
"Written by one of the great clinical writers of the twentieth century, Migraine . . . should be read as much for its brilliant insights into the nature of our mental functioning as for its discussion of the migraine."
—The New York Times Book Review
"I am sure . . . that any layman who is interested in the relation between the body and mind . . . will find the book as fascinating as I have."
—W. H. Auden, The New York Review of Books
“Oliver Sacks’s commentary is so erudite, so gracefully written, that even those people fortunate enough never to have had a migraine in their lives should find it equally compelling.”
— The New York Times