Yes. This is definitely a book you will want to read and reread. If only for his perspective on death. I was brought to tears with the relief of understanding death in that way. Penn has a way of speaking about things that has such clarity and realness. As an atheist I appreciate getting to hear another atheist's thoughts and feelings and life experiences. He really fills a gap in the atheist community by opening up as a "normal" person (Okay. I know he's far from average, being famous and rich but he doesn't come across that way and it hasn't gone to his head). I find myself thinking on the stories that he shared in this and his previous book frequently and I'm sure I'll be reading both over and over. I highly recommend his books and his podcast!
Penn, of course!
I would love to have the paper copy to see the pictures but I loved hearing his description of them. It added another personal dimension to the story.
It was boring after the first few hours of the story. The writing was boring, but Steve Jobs' personality was grating.
No, I think that this was just particularly bad.
It didn't add anything to the book.
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