I realize this appeals to some, but if you respect 'reason' this is not a title you are going to enjoy. There are continual references to religion and the author elevates faith (and irrationality in my opinion) above reason. He talks of a man who set his will to get a million in funding and succeeded due to his "faith and conviction" it would "transmute into reality". But what of the 1,000's who did the same and it didn't materialize? Well, of course, no one cared to tell their stories! This book is a perfect example of "famous" does not equal "good". A waste of my credits that doesn't provide anything valuable to one not interested in superstition.
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