Doubtful - the material was largely homogenous in learning new skills, but then it became so myopic in its ridiculous specificity and narrow focus on three random skills that it was nearly useless by the 3rd chapter.
No - excellent writers exist, see John Acuff for example.
Didn't matter - it's the material, not the delivery.
A shame really, there was the making of a good subject here (efficiently acquiring new skills). Unfortunately instead of building out individual principles in the book with real data and additional insight from masters in various fields... We read how the author learned yoga - in excruciating detail.
Fantastic book - perfect blend of historical detail and 1st person perspective. Performed in a way that conveyed the seriousness of the subject but still brought to life the individual soldiers portrayed. Mostly it's a perfect reason to make sure I thank a veteran.
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