I read this book a few years ago and nearly threw it out the window several times. Not because of the book itself, but because I couldn't take anymore descriptions of abuse.
I witnessed the abuse of my brother while growing up. It was not nearly as extreme as the authors but it brought back many memories.
For anyone that doubts the events in this book, please read the books written by the authors brother. When the author was removed, his brother became the target of their mothers abuse. He addresses and confirms many of the events in this and subsequent books.
Wonderful. A masterpiece. Quite long but if you can get through it the author sums up the book along with criticism after publication.
I found this book to be a little more technical than I thought it would be but was hooked, nevertheless.
At first, I found this book to be absurd. I finished it with a headache and a vague sense of understanding. I do not adhere to the philosophy in any way but it does offer a challenge. Anyone seeking to find an extreme and unrealistic point of view will find this book refreshing.
I've read some of the other reviews and would like to give a little advice to someone thinking about buying this book:
Keep in mind while reading that this book was written almost 50 years ago and that it is not about architecture.
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