Top critical review
Great information, but needs to be 40% shorter - essentially an unedited collection of essays.
Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2017
Great information, but like another reviewer mentioned essentially unedited. This book is twice as long as it should be and you have to get through about 1/3 of the book before you hit the rules. The back and forth between Temple and Sean essentially reads like a bunch of vignettes that have no connection. That's why every time you read a Temple one she mentions that she thinks in pictures. Having finally finished it I can say you would do yourself a favor to skip the first third and start with the rules. Then flip to the back of each chapter and read the "Points to keep in mind" so you can tell what they are trying to present. Great information can be found in this book, but the reading is long and slow. I kept a highlighter with me and highlighted the parts I found useful so my son could read it afterwards and stick to the part that's not repetitive.