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Very interesting subject. I felt a little trapped after reading it. It could have been better by being more exhaustive and longer.Published 4 days ago by SoulBinder
This review is of the audio book. I listened today.
The good parts relate to the breadth of possible scenarios Sam addresses. Read more
Why say more than is necessary about free will?
It will give me the chance to read it again and pick up what I missed the first time round.
I probably shouldn't be writing a review as I haven't finished reading Free Will yet. I find it fascinating and feel that there have been many times in my life that it felt like... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Patricia
I am by no means an intellectual, but I love concepts/ideas that make me think until my brain hurts. Read morePublished 13 days ago by AwkWord-O
I did not read any of this writer's books and I won't waste my time or money. Go to Goodreads and see why on one hand he's able to write intellectually (he was given a good... Read morePublished 17 days ago by truth
I had high hopes for Sam Harris’s book "Free Will", but they didn't pan out. It's a very short book (less than 100 pages) on the subject of free will--or the lack thereof. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Bernie Gourley
A fantastic book with great insights. I use this book in outpatient counseling with clients and have found it very useful.Published 20 days ago by scott a smith
Very mind provoking, it makes you look at people in a whole different way and what is the bases for their actions.Published 28 days ago by Sami