Adam Chan

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Reviewed: 2020-02-06

This book was marketed to me as a self-help style book that would give you practical strategies to talk to strangers. Instead it was a politically fueled rant about a bunch of times in history where people have been misunderstood and the disastrous consequences. The book was well read and had many actors, and it's good if you're looking for a dramatic retelling of past events. However if you're looking for strategies to actually talk to the strangers they mention in this book, look elsewhere.

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