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One of the most relevant books I've listened to

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Reviewed: 2020-03-18

This book is captivating from start to finish. Given the madness of this pandemic, I recommend starting with the last chapter. It's spot on! Might listen again. Found myself constantly bookmarking.

One giant well thought out and researched essay

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Reviewed: 2019-11-29

Loved this book. Brilliantly tied together from start to finish. One of the fastest books I've ever listened to. Made me research the content further. Highly recommend.

The Most In-Depth Look Into the Life of the Legend

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Reviewed: 2019-06-18

This is a very interesting and seemingly complete account of the life of Bruce Lee. The writing style is naturally engaging. I couldn't stop listening or talking about it. Not only is this one of the best Bruce Lee books I've ever read, it's one of the best books I've ever read. I appreciate that you learn a lot about the culture and history of the time in which Bruce and his ancestors live. It doesn't overtly glorify or degrade Lee - it feels like a balanced and honest account of his life. I absolutely LOVED this book!

Potentially life and society changing!

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Reviewed: 2018-10-23

This book is phenomenal. Very insightful. Helps you understand how sleep is the panacea. I'm reconsidering my life and how I analyze public policy. I've been recommending to everyone I know!

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Very Comprehensive

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Reviewed: 2018-08-18

For a book written without any direct input from the band, it is full of in-depth detail. Cleverly structured. Enjoyed it very much from start to finish. only criticism is that each chapter is designed to standalone, so when listening to the whole book, it gets very repetitive. This is definitely a book any fan of the Hip needs to hear! Strombo's reading is the perfect fit too.