I felt like each of the 3 points being made could have been done so in half the space. The style of writing bludgeons you over the head. I understand and appreciate the arguments he makes; however, I was frequently wishing he would move on to the next point. Instead, I felt like I was stuck in argument purgatory.
The audiobook was enjoyable. However, LeGault does not seem to understand the fundamental argument being made in Blink. This book comes off as a Libertarian rant mixed with a curmudgeonly old timer outlook. One of the most disappointing things was that he slams the "Blink" scientists for citing correlational research, then he continuously does it himself. He does the same thing with case studies. Overall, his argument makes sense, but misses the point.
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