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This book tells the story of Jordan Peterson, who has emerged as a champion of free speech. On September 27, 2016, he posted a video online, criticizing the political correctness of Canada's Bill C-16 and explaining that he intended to refuse to use made-up pronouns to address transgendered persons. Find out how Peterson became an expert on politics and psychology, and learn how a YouTube video unexpectedly turned him into a public figure.

©2017 Richard West (P)2017 Richard West

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a fun read

the book is short, informative and interesting. it gives you info on the bill c16 issue, freedom of speech legislation, Peterson's life, YouTube etc

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Pleasantly concise and engaging, despite narrator.

I'm admittedly a fan of Peterson so the original detail specifically about his childhood and early academic life was very captivating for me. that alone was worth the $5 I paid. the second half of the book was also a nice summary of His political stance and future Direction since gaining so many years of the public.

All that praise aside, the narrator read this book like a first grade teacher would read a fairy tale. Almost to the point of absurdity. I guess the author is either related to her or didn't get a say in who narrated it. This was the only downside and the reason it didn't 5 stars.

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  • Michael
  • COOS BAY, OR, United States
  • 02-02-18

Didn't mind the performance

A nice short listen about how Professor Peterson became famous. I didn't mind the narrator.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Philip
  • Ann Arbor, MI, United States
  • 01-24-18

An interesting story, a HORRIBLE narrator

The story is interesting and timely. But the narrator is like a robot, not much different from Alexa or GPS navigator ladies. It was very difficult to concentrate on content with such a narrator.

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ABOUT this man is NOT FROM this man.

I erred in reading this book ABOUT Dr. Pwterson BEFORE reading material BY Dr. Peterson.

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Meh....

It's a little deeper than what you'd find on wikipedia, but essentially it made its money filling a hole in the market when it came out. Wish I hadn't got it.