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Not as meaty as his previous books
on 2 July 2013
I was disappointed with this book as it was no where near as comprehensive or meaty as his other books which took time to read; I read this in almost one sitting.
The content was so similar to that of William Glasser's Choice Theory and Reality Therapy ideas that if you put this book along side those of Glasser's you would have a complete and much more comprehensive picture. Glasser could not use epigenetics in his theory as it was written in the 1960's.
Bruce Lipton repeats a lot of what he has said in his other books in this one which means that if you've already read those then there is little that is new in it apart from his touching personal story.
I do appreciate that if this is the first book of this ilk that you read it will probably whet your appetite to know more. I loved Lipton's other books and his talks and felt that they added to my knowledge, I'm just not too sure about this one.
A note to Hay House - it is a shame that the book reviews on the cover and inside are all from your authors; someone outside the 'family' may have carried more weight.