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Good Concept, That’s it.
Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2018
The concept is interesting, but reading the first few chapters is honestly enough. I’ll confess that I haven’t finished this book — which only happens when I am simply not interested enough to keep going. This book repeats the same concepts over and over again (as if you aren’t smart enough to understand the first couple of times) and states it’s conclusions and ideas as if one can not draw the conclusions themselves from similar information. The evidence used was mostly anecdotal or simply not the whole story — he choses situations that fit the conclusions he wants to make disregarding the complexities, or ignoring the fact that only a small percentage of people have such experiences, and in some cases, just having incorrect information. I felt as if I was hitting my head with a brick while reading it, and while good points were made, much of it was useless fluff and redundancies. I would not recommend this book; if you want to read it, a summary online will serve you just as well without wasting so much time.