This is such a great Terry Pratchett book. if you are a fan you will not be disappointed, if you are new to the Pratchett universe go back and get"Going Postal" so that you will understand the lead character. This book is so funny. get the book, sit back and be entertained.
This book had a few interesting points such as how the record industry has been hurt by the internet, but the rest of the book was just a collection of the latest headlines over the past few years; the dangers of pedophiles on the internet, the scourge of internet gambling,the potential lack of privacy and ID theft, etc. the biggest joke of the book though was how the author kept talking about how the internet was ruining the American way of life, but the author was from England and had married an American woman and moved to the US, he had no claim of America or the American dream. I would would not recommend this book, to ones ided and negative.
This is a great book about a man how saved a breed of dogs and how he spent his life living the honorable life of his dreams. I would highly recommend this book
I wanted to listen to this book before the movie hits this week. The book is very good and suspenseful. I think that considering that this book was written in the 1950's it still translates well to modern day and it really makes you think about how likely it could be that an epidemic could wipe out everyone today. Get this book if you like suspense.
I work in an academic setting in which I develop and implement social programs, part of my job involves working with people who do evaluations of my programs. This book really opened my eyes to the ways in which data can be useful, misused and how looking at the data from a different direction often leads to the truth about what is really creating change and results. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in what all the data we get everyday really means.
This book has great examples of how we can more effectively live our lives and enjoy ourselves using these tips to revolutionize the way we view and conduct work.
This book truly disappointed me after I had read Success Principles by Jack Canfield I expected more, I was basically very bored with the stories and examples. I wanted something that could help me get more excited about where I work and those I work with. I would not recommend this book to others.
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