"Kind of disjointed in the style of movies like Crash, where it details several different stories that all interact in some way. Interesting to see different styles within the same book, but overall, just ok"
"Recommended reading for how to decode nonsense arguments for "equal" time type viewpoints. If 99 of 100 scientists agree, the one shouldn't get equal time as a "VALID" source. Be sure to question political motives of most critics of published and reviewed scientific research."
"Mitch Albom again manages to write about personal matters in a very meaningful day. His childhood Rabbi, Reb, has some very useful insights on life. He had asked Mitch to write his eulogy. Great short little read. If you liked Tuesdays With Morrie, you'll like this."
"Amaze your friends with knowledge of logical structure. This book is basically a glossary of logical fallacies and how to employ and defend against them. Will help you argue better for sure. Interesting to watch reality TV or skeptics shows now...and don't even get me started on politics."
"AUDIOBOOK: Spectacular novel. I liked it a lot more than the Fountainhead. Definitely a work that focuses on her economic and moral philosophies. Really enjoyed all chapters except the chapter long soliloquy that could easily serve as her manifesto. Highly recommend."
"Great primer on the interesting problems that we will encounter due to the advances in anti-aging therapies. Focuses on moral, economic and societal issues. Very interesting and would be a good intro for people who are looking to get started in reading about such issues."