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You never know what may come of it! Oct 08, Maxine Booklover Catlady rated it it was ok Shelves: net-galley-reviewed. Should be good right?
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Sadly not. This book has a bit of a "book oracle" format, in that you think of a question and turn to any page and VOILA!
Not the first book like this in publication, many new age books and other spiritually themed books use this method. Not scientifically proven of course. It's described a bit like the magic eight ball except it's a square book not a round ball. I thought it would be fun, but it wasn't. The content is not good enough for that. Obviously it's nothing to take seriously, but to not even be fun was a real shame. It just lacks substance and a certain "oomph" to carry the message it sends. Everyone else, make your own mind up.
I received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Jan 06, Melek rated it it was ok Shelves: read-to-review , non-fiction. So, I've read this book in one intense pooping session. Yes, I'm serious. That's just how much time you need to finish it, assuming you're reading it in the traditional, left-to-right, cover-to-cover way. It says this is not the way you're supposed to read it, instead you should just ask a question, open the book and see the answer. There isn't a content or anything So, I've read this book in one intense pooping session.
There isn't a content or anything else that I can comment on unless I'm expected to review the introduction and the end. Dec 31, Kritika Narula rated it liked it.
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Originally posted at So many books, so little time Our generation takes pride in the fact that they couldn't care less. Like, we have become so accustomed to hearing these ubiquitous phrases: so what? I did not know about it before, and now upon seeing how successfully the whole mechanism is going on, the book begins to make sense.
The first read made me feel all nauseous and I doubted if it was all just a parody. Sooner rather than later did I realize that this book was in fact re-iterating a strategy so that it becomes a chant for the reader. Certainly, the book helped me chant the apparently magical words to get through all questions: whether it be lack of focus, or lack of perspective.
Although I haven't be able to comprehend in entirety what logical difference this strategy makes in times of difficulties or dilemmas, I will admit that it is at least a vent to the pent-up emotions. Feb 26, Ella Drayton rated it did not like it Shelves: books-i-ve-reviewed. I do not think the idea translated well to the e-reader version of this book.
I think it would be a lot more successful as a coffee-table book. The formatting of the ebook made this book difficult to follow, even with random flips to different pages. Stick with hard copies. Oct 22, Jason Wrench rated it really liked it. I just finished the Net Galley pre-publication version of this book.
I found it whimsical and fun. Do I think this book is going to start a new philosophical movement? Of course not! It's pure fun. Frankly, I have a number of friends who probably could use a copy of this book. In fact, it may make great stocking stuffers this year. Oct 08, Melanie rated it did not like it Shelves: htt , kindle. You'd be better off with one of those Magic 8 Ball toys if you were looking for some humorous guidance.
Oct 19, Lindsey Lewis rated it liked it Shelves: net-galley. While the NetGalley format was at times difficult to read, it nonetheless inspired me to look at decision-making in a new way, whether it be to contemplate the background of an issue before choosing or to pick at random, it gave me plenty of new ideas. Jan 04, Jen rated it it was ok Shelves: , non-fiction , christmas Not the kind of book you read cover-to-cover, more the kind of book you leave on the coffee table and play with when your friends come round.
I quite like the philosophy, but do find I keep asking the same question over and over again until I land on an answer that suits me, which kind of makes it a bit pointless really! Dec 26, Ezra rated it really liked it. I like how this book is basically made to set off a thought process not to answer all questions you have.
It may be a little dumb way to face your problems, but if it can make you look at them from different angles, I think it's working. No need to read it cover to cover, just open a random page and it will probably be a good one to make you think. It was cute. Looking torah answer to whether you should or shouldn't?
Flip to any page in the book,and ban, you'll have your answer. I was entertained.
Jan 15, Maggie Hesseling rated it did not like it Shelves: non-fiction. I'd seen the series floating around and thought I'd give this one a whirl considering how small it is. I really don't get the appeal. Not only does it seem a given, usually, what it has to say, but i got bored pretty quickly. Obviously not for me, but I can understand the appeal people have to it.
Jonathon Hagel rated it it was amazing Feb 04, Lora Ponomaryova rated it it was amazing Jan 28, Adrienne rated it it was ok Oct 18, Oprah Winfrey.pierreducalvet.ca/201680.php
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