"One of the leading thinkers of the modern age." -- Barbara Marx Hubbard, World Future Society
"A master satirist who views history as an open question." --Brad Linaweaver, Atlanta Constitution
One should read some of his other non-fiction (and ulyssus) before attemting to read this book.
One of the most popular jokes in animated cartoons shows the protagonist walking off a cliff, without noticing what he has done.
RAW stresses that you must do the exercises and be satisfied with your own answers to questions.
recommended to all metaprogramers- you know who you are- you decide who you will be.Published 6 months ago by Joseph Ferri
I understand this book was originally to be called tale of the tribe and it almost did not get published. I'm glad it did. Read morePublished on January 13, 2010 by Darkhydrastar
The title of this review is the title of my email. This is a golden apple but this is not a trick unless you look for the physical location of the writer: a fish with that one hook... Read morePublished on December 12, 2009 by Kenneth B. Updike Jr.
What I love about Bob's work is that from book to book, even when he addresses the same issues, he always does so from a slightly different perspective. Read morePublished on March 9, 2007 by Jonathan Whittle-utter