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harold waller

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good story

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Reviewed: 2021-01-14

Even with rudimentary knowledge of chess, but it wasn't really about chess anyway. Good novel.

Brilliant

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Reviewed: 2020-12-16

it was an excellent performance by all the players, but the last several chapters should have been earlier as the ending chapters don't really make any sense in cone tion with the earlier chapters. the story ends and there are three more chapters. good but odd.

well read and thought out.

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Reviewed: 2020-06-10

I really liked the nararator. To often in these lectures people sound as though they don't care about the subject. she sounds as though it's a passion.

I loved this

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Reviewed: 2020-02-09

There is something about having an Indian guru to help you to meditate. His voice is truly soothing and his imagery vivid. I was in the forest and, to be honest, I never wanted to leave.

Great Companion

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Reviewed: 2019-12-07

I loved this book a great companion to his previous work. Sometimes you need to be hugged and told you're a good person and sometimes you need a kick in the ass, someone to take your Cheetos away from you, throw you off the couch and tell you to get your lazy ass into the world.

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Reviewed: 2019-12-07

It's only a little over an hour-long so I have listened to it several times. It is not a be-all and end-all to logic-based arguments but I bought a huge book on this subject and constantly found myself drowning in the thick prose and lecture style of that writer. I read this book which offers a quick overview of the logic, went back to the other book and was greatly able to understand more of what he was saying. It is a good book for introducing you to all arguments and that becomes very helpful in understanding conversations. As an example, I was able to quickly spot my friend's argument fallacies and call him on them. It helps.

Excellent

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Reviewed: 2019-12-07

Brian Greene really does have a knack for making it easy to understand. Let me correct that statement and say easier to understand. I actually like this book a little more than 'The Elegant Universe'.

loved it.

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Reviewed: 2019-11-13

loved the truth that the things we say and do are our fault. own it. accept it and improve and fix it.

a simple undererstanding of climate change

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Reviewed: 2019-10-18

simple and to the point. honestly there is nothing else say. These are the facts.