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Alex.D

Gold Coast, Australia
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best work yet

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Reviewed: 16-09-2019

same style an insights as hus other books but done better with more up to date topics

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

wonderful

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Reviewed: 23-07-2019

what a wonderful collection of great stories. Perfectly presented. Awesome value to get all these stories together.

overrated

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Reviewed: 20-12-2018

soooooo overrated. inconsistent voice acting..overly complex and boring storey telling. i was hoping for more from a "sci-fi classic"

A collection of small notes

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Reviewed: 27-04-2016

This is a good book but not what I expected. It's just a very large collection of daily habit from people of the past. No overall story or arching structure... Just a big list of what people did. This is more like a collection of wiki articles

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Good book

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Reviewed: 11-01-2016

A great read, it's like the opposite of the lean start up in opinions. The fact

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For beginners

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Reviewed: 26-11-2015

This is a great book to learn the basics of the somewhat dying art of blogging. If your 25 or younger you will die of boredom on the Twitter chapter. But allot of cool stuff in this one... It's a slightly older book when considering how fast tech moves. Amazing use of language and well performed.

Amazing until 1hr in

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Reviewed: 20-10-2015

This book started off so great and I've learnt allot. Unfortunately it moved into the space of ideas are magic and put yourself out into the universe and it will reward you (which I believe is true) but from a mystical power or entity, instead of cause and effect. Not for me :(

1 of 2 people found this review helpful

This is like the bible to a happy mind

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Reviewed: 25-09-2015

A fantastic book with allot if not all value. A very hard book to digest and not recommended for people not ready for bible like writing. The narrator struggles but who wouldn't when voice acting this fantastic piece.

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Trust Me, I'm Lying cover art

Must Read but repetitive.

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Reviewed: 11-09-2015

A fantastic modern book. Although poorly narrated and extremely repetitive the information makes up for it. It delivers on its title.

Fantastic book

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Reviewed: 02-09-2015

Highly consistent and on topic, the whole book felt like 1 chapter which I enjoyed. It also sparked my interest in the people discussed through out the book. This is one of those books that will leave you on a trail of exploring deeper.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful