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If you are looking for some humorous light reading, this is a great book.
I was inspired by what I see as new sort of mindmapping... A wonderful look see into the minds of others and the decisions they make.
I received this book as a gift and have spent hours comparing my take on each of the brackets.
This is a clever book; it puts movies, cheeses, ad lines up against the competition and names a winner. Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Jares
Why did i buy this.Opinions are my own and not based on any scientific evidence and should be considered with a grain of salt.Published 14 months ago by j trey duffy
This book is funny and interesting. I thought that it was going to be a little more in depth than it actually is. Read morePublished on March 1, 2011 by Wherethepeachesgrow
I'll come clean right away: I haven't--and probably never will--read this book. Because of this, I will reserve any prejudgments I may have about it. Read morePublished on October 7, 2010 by Josi Maria Guijarro
This book is set up like March Madness, creating tournaments for different categories/topics with winners in different bracket, eventually getting boiled down to the top four. Read morePublished on July 21, 2010 by HTBK
I bought this for my sports minded, analytical husband and he loves it! I have heard him tell several of his friends what a great book it is.Published on January 17, 2010 by sbs
A fun way to select the best of a variety of topics. I coverd each round of the brackets and compared who or what I would have picked to the one chosen in the book. Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by Gary B. Landsman
In the 100+ pages of this book only two in the Coda at the end express any commentary on how to set up and use the bracketed approach. Read morePublished on April 3, 2009 by J. Dodd
This book uses a non-word for its title: [bracketologist]. To me a bracket means the punctuation I used to enclose that word. Read morePublished on January 12, 2008 by Dr. James V. Blowers