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An interesting read (this from a neat freak mom trying to better understand her messy tween!). Lots of great ideas, though I took them with a grain of salt.Published 2 months ago by JACH
I didn't Agree with its concepts and ...or at least I couldn't understand itPublished 2 months ago by Joyal
I only recently discovered this book. There is a wide array of interesting stories all tied together around a common theme: messiness. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Phil Simon
Great book. It helps to view the world in a more tolerant and balanced perspective.Published 14 months ago by Bernardo
The only reason I don't give this book a 5 star review is that I don't have the same "worldview" as the authors. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Shelley Molitor
Too many words for expressing simple and basic ideas. The author describes and utilises many many details. It turns boring after first chapters.Published 17 months ago by Fernando Herrera
Our world is messy, in disorder; nature tends to the disorder but we, as human, tend to pursue the Holy Grahl of the Order with no specific reasons. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Fab
I came across this book as I was reading "Getting Messy: A Guide to Taking Risks..." and it is a perfect companion text. Read morePublished 22 months ago by pamtish
The beginning of the book was very interesting, but after a while the "mess is good" message got a little old. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer