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Superb brain food

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Reviewed: 24-10-2017

Sapiens benefits from continuous scientific logic. One of those books that has you asking a question, and then as if it has anticipated it, it then goes on to answer that question. Personally this filled in a lot of gaps for me, especially with respect to those things that no one talks about, like; what did happen to the Egyptians and how did they lose their identity and faith after presumably 1000s of years developing it?
I know feel as though I have a different perspective on the world and our place in it. Something that I feel is of value.

Highly recommended Sapiens to anyone with an enquiring mind who is open to new perspectives.

A book that can't be put down

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Reviewed: 09-08-2017

Be prepared to put aside important things as Ready Player One takes over your time.

With a plot as sound as the content, this is one book that engages you from start to finish. Relatable to anyone from a teenager to a 40 year old, there are references that both ends of the spectrum will find appealing and will justify the investment in time spent enjoying game/movie/comic culture over your life.

Really a great read and I highly recommend it.

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Great insight to the mind of a very funny lady

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Reviewed: 06-07-2017

Anna let's a little crazy out and it's a fun journey to join her with.
This would be an excellent book in print, but having her narrate you through her experiences adds so much more. I could really understand where she was coming from, and what this movie star was made of. She's easily relatable while being plenty zany enough to be thoroughly entertaining.
This would appeal to anyone who appreciates Anna's acting in movies, or who just wants a realistic insight into the mind of a Gen X actress with plenty of spirit.
Highly recommended.