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- Terry McMaster, Utica Coll. of Syracuse Univ. Lib., N.Y .
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Its short sweet and to the point overall I like it. Many people speak about this book in their books so its helpful to have read it.Published 2 days ago by Leitta
I read this book because I am a game designer who see how the concepts described are useful for making games. It is a really interesting read.Published 13 days ago by Barret Gaylor
I liked the breakdown of the multiple factors of how flow is created. By explaining it many things fall in place and it gives more reality to what flow actually is. Read morePublished 18 days ago by jpnelemans
I was disappointed with this book. If you want positive psychology, I found The Upward Spiral much more compelling and it backed up a lot more of its claims up with sound... Read morePublished 24 days ago by a Midwest reviewer
Fun book, the philosophy in this book is logical, and seems to work.
I gave it to my daughter..
This book is not compelling. I had to stop reading after chapter 3. Just lost interest.Published 28 days ago by Rita Reader
very good book, finally read it after reading so many other books that reference this.
it is a difficult book to get through, but well worth the time
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I have no basis for comparison, but I'm halfway through the 2008 edition and have not seen any post-90s references yet, including in the author's preface. In addition, the outdated cultural examples that the author uses -- e.g., America's cities are littered with violent crime, teen pregnancy is... Read More
Jun 17, 2012 by Jonathan | See all 2 posts