In his manner, Gray is brilliant and mordantly delightful. He is not without an agenda and props up his humanistic target only to bare its bones. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Really a Reader
Straw Dogs is my bible. I sleep with it under my pillow. I agree with John Gray so much. I am now reading "The Soul of the Marionette" also by John Gray. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert F Gabriel
Gray's ideas challenge the core conceits and arrogance of humans, so we're confronted with the ecological, ethical, and social folly of us believing we're superior to and better... Read morePublished 25 days ago by C.F.G.
Some of the most challenging philosophical ideas I've read or heard in recent years. Gray (NOT the Men are from Mars...Gray!) pokes a pin in one enlightenment belief after another. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Daniel Scot Linton
As I began reading this book, I felt a deep sense of discomfort. All the magic, hope and anticipation for the advancement of the human race was categorically destroyed by the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shekita Williams
This is his more recent book and is much more pessimistic about the future and the human condition.Published 5 months ago by Judith
For this present time of planetary crisis I can think of no more important bookPublished 6 months ago by Walter R Coppedge
John Gray is overrated cos he's read a pile of books and this is basically where he gets his 'wisdom' from.
John Gray needs to try mushrooms, or look death in the face. Read more