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“A mock self-help book designed not to help but to provoke; a chapbook to inveigle us into thinking about who we are and how we got into this mess.” ―Richard Eder, Los Angeles Times Book Review
“Original and imaginative, it conveys a serious, occasionally somber message in a vein of high comedy. I love this book. It is not to be read once through, but to be reread, savored, and pondered.” ―Edmund Fuller, The Wall Street Journal
“This is a stunningly innovative collection, for readers who like both to chuckle and to think hard.” ―People
To those for whom his was the first exposure to WP, that's sad. Agree, if this were my first, I'd never have read all his novels, because it's enough to make one doubt WP's... Read morePublished 26 days ago by jackvjr
In a nutshell it gives you a lot to think about. Thought provoking: A lot of questions but you choose the answers from the author's list or opt for non-of the above.Published 1 month ago by Glen D.
Shipping was fairly gentle with it and it came in decent amount of timePublished 1 month ago by Kira Anderson
Amazing insights in the first few chapters but the ending gets tedious and LSD inspired homophobic.Published 3 months ago by Nicole Mikulas
Very interesting. Taking me a couple of tries. Made it half way through my last attempt. There are other books I'd rather read before I finish this one.Published 5 months ago by dan carrano
History will forget Walker Percy as a bitter crank and sentimentalist, one unwilling to allow humanity to accomplish greatness without the sanction of his preferred deity.Published 6 months ago by Tim Hansen
My husband gave these as Christmas gifts to several family members. Not sure how they would rate it, but he obviously rated it very highly.Published 10 months ago by Krista B.