Lewis gives an interesting story of his travels. Boomerang explains some of the theories for the cause of the economic downturn in global economy. He doesn't really explain the issues in the US nor does he predict what is to come. The book ends abruptly as his journey ends. It is a travel log with some thoughts yet a fun read.
The theme of this book is that everyone and everything in life manifests as some sort of conflict or war. Everyone is an opponent or potential enemy. Trust no one. Politic and scheme against everyone. Really? What kind of life is that? What about altruism? Faith? Meaning? I am a veteran of Iraq and an executive in a large company. I don't think like this and I would not hire someone who does. Greene fails at human relationships. It is the good in these that we thrive on and not war. The narration is OK, not great. Leslie sounds elitist which does not help me swallow the text.
This book motivated me to get off my butt and make a difference. Yankoski and his friend really stepped out and took risk to do the right thing. This is their story and not too preachy.
The narration was the worst that I've heard. No retakes, no editing.
The content rambled without structure.
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