I would recommend to anyone I felt is having similar new views of reality. I still have to be careful with how honest I can be on how I really see things.
Seth's story telling ability is top notch. He walked you through his early years in a middle class family to his epiphany during 9/11 and ultimately to what he is today. I could relate to much of his story and it has helped me become more comfortable with my own recent road to non-belief.
I am really glad I found The Thinking Atheist and ultimately Seth's story in this book. I did not end up at non-belief by choice and sometimes wish I had taken the "Blue Pill", but now that I am awake it does not feel quite so lonely when I hear stories like Seth's.
No. Story lost it's way into a diatribe against capitalism.
He started preaching politics instead of sticking with the theme. Also too much of Oberon.
He was fine, except Oberon's voice is getting annoying.
Not really. Was glad when it was over, unlike the other books which I really enjoyed and could not wait to download the next one.
Not sure if I will purchase any more of the series. It's a shame the series has been a fun read and the whole concept of explaining the mechanics of the magic I thought was great a great idea. Now it has become a Michael Moore wet dream!
Report Inappropriate Content