Smithield, VA | Member Since 2007
As a completely addicted Dunaholic, I believe that Frank Herbert would highly approve of each of the books that Brian and Kevin have provided we readers who started the journey years ago. Sandworms of Dune brings the grand saga to it's final conclusion. I am sad there will be no more Dune stories, but I'm happy to have had the opportunity to participate...
very informative. clear explanation of difference in right and left brain operation, and how organizations have made room for right brained creativity and problem solving...
Whether or not you buy all of the Global Warming controversy, there is no denying the interconnection of dirty fuels and our problems in the Middle East, Russia, and Venezuela. Furthermore, how we solve the clean fuel problem probably provides the greatest opportunity for U.S. capitalism to reassert itself both economically and morally. Thomas Freidman, once again, has the vision to pull many threads together with convincing research and data, and to see the really big picture.
As a recovering alcholic, this autobiography is right on the money. The path to the bottom is always the same. This is an incredibly honest book; not for the timid.
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