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Physically, it has the heft and graphic quality of a medium sized, high-end coffee table book.
The book We Feel Fine is derived off of a pretty impressive website that was developed by the creators of the book Sep Kamvar and Jonathan Harris.
Instead of just reading a feeling, the authors tell you how frequently that feeling is felt, who most commonly feels it and why.
I got this for my dad and he really enjoys it, it's very eye opening and really interesting.Published 4 days ago by WheresTheTail
This is an amazing book of human emotion. It is a window into people' hearts. Read it and be encouraged.Published 6 months ago by Peter Heggie
Saw it at a friend's office and couldn't put it down. Had to buy it to explore further! Will. Blow. Your. Mind.Published 11 months ago by Joshua Asen
As a high empathetic and pragmatic individual, I had higher expectations for this book. It's like a quantitative approach, using internet crowd sourcing to quantify emotions. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mister Roboto
Not only is We Feel Fine full of the common human experience but it's tangible because of the data showing how shared those individual feelings are, by sex, age range, country, and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Leilani
Amazing infographics and charts that paint a complex yet beautiful picture of our emotional state as a species. Highly recommended coffee table material.Published on April 26, 2012 by Nate Ferrero
This review is short and simple. This book is not worth buying in my opinion. We Feel Fine has a website online, which is amazingly cool, and has all the information the book has... Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by Athlete
Is an ok book, but I expected more visual and graphic content. I saw some pages, but they was ALL pages with graphics. The others was really the same thing. Read morePublished on June 6, 2011 by Victor A. L. Felipe
The product came on time, was in GREAT condition and most of all it was CHEAP!! definitely recommend to others. :DPublished on March 5, 2011 by VillyTilly