The Horse's Mouth
An amazing recollection of the boy from Irvine who took Christopher's views to heart.
A great book
Really loved it especially as a newbie to stats and data. There was the odd tune-out point but hey its a pretty stodgy subject.
This is a strange one. It's a great book, well written, engaging, informative ect. But if you're expecting an 'epic journey', then expect it to only last from San Francisco to Cabo.
Strangely I really wish the writer actually achieved what the premise of the book implies, but it's nonfiction, so fair enough.
A nice listen, which is not too dissimilar to Outliers, but abruptly ends leaving you wondering - 'wait, what was the point again'?
Ok, but Outliers had more punch.
Worth a download if you're a fan of Gladwell, just not a hugely new idea from him.
If Joel were an egg, he would be a golden one. This book is yet another example of his infectious enthusiasm for one of the worlds most noble art forms.
Joel, if you're reading this, thank you. It's a wonderful book.
A great first step into the world of Ayn, and quite possibly my favorite
Short, sweet, and often laugh-out-loud
A lovely trip down Tina's wonderfully unique memory lane.
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