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Not entirely sold on it

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4 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-08-2019

I would like to see where it can go. The magic was good, but not entirely sold on the whole forgiveness moral question. The internal monologue seemed to not quite align with itself, creating logic reasoning for decisions and then dismissing the logic. Great choice on performers with Michael and Kate!

keep them coming

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Reviewed: 26-07-2019

more more more... please. can't get enough of these and love how frequently the dude pumps them out. quality doesn't suffer for the quantity.

best of its kind

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Reviewed: 08-06-2019

Have read a lot of books in this genre and this was by far the best. Really well done, and suprisingly logical for a Christian.

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Good for beginners and execs

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 06-05-2019

No down in the weeds here, it's mostly high level concept and best practise. It was well read and had a couple of good (although overly referenced in this industry) analogies.

Came recommended, would recommend to others.

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Reviewed: 04-05-2019

I never felt wholly engaged and always carried doubts that the information about the Super Forecasters 'could' have been cherry picked - for example if this was written at year 3 and one of the main people discussed bombed out at this point he could have been dropped to discuss someone that didn't bomb - Bill might have previously been George. Even with these doubts in mind I still thought the general lessons were great and appreciated the simple descriptions to complex ideas.

Good storytelling and well rounded book.

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Reviewed: 30-04-2019

The stories wrapped around themselves a few times, in a good way. Some good analogies and simple metaphors help to explain some complex ideas very simply. Worth a read, but I feel like I have already read 10 books like it.

Mostly high level

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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 28-04-2019

This book is mostly high level but sometimes gets super detailed, which makes it a bit hard to read. There are some parts that are repeated. Would be good if some of the recommended sites and resources would be made available with a link or pdf. Otherwise, worth the read if you want some high level views. Performance really good.

getting better

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Reviewed: 23-02-2019

each book in the series has followed a completely different area and this one doesn't disappoint. the books have gotten better and better.

great performance

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Reviewed: 29-07-2018

The performance is fantastic. My only wish is that Part 1 and 2 were combined for a single release.

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Good book withstand lots of buts..

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Reviewed: 08-07-2018

Love the story, being 1 story and just 16 hours I have probably read this more times than any other book. Will Wheaton does amazing with the presentation. Biggest buts is the very cheasy "in real life" discussions. Note, million times better than the movie.