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"Alexander Kjerulf"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (555 of 588)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,016,680 - Total Helpful Votes: 555 of 588
Personality Poker: The Playing Card Tool for Drivi&hellip by Stephen M Shapiro
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is one of the best and most useful business books I've ever read. And of course it's much more than just a book - it comes with a deck of Personality Poker playing cards, a brilliant invention for learning more about yourself, your co-workers and your employees.

We've been using Personality Poker in our company and it's an absolutely awesome tool for creating more innovation, energy and happiness in teams. It's fun, simple and fast but still give people a genuine insight into their personalities.

The book itself is a fun and easy read with tons of real-life examples - exactly the kind of business book I love and actually manage to read. As opposed to those… Read more
The Confusion (Baroque Cycle 2) by Neal Stephenson
The Confusion (Baroque Cycle 2) by Neal Stephenson
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
I cannot find words for how good The Confusion is. We still follow the people from Quicksilver as they strive to find their way in the chaotic world of the late 1600's and early 1700's. The themes are still money, piracy, sex, slavery, science, black magic, etc. and the cast is still comprised of vagabonds, galley slaves, scientists, royalty, soldiers, priests, alchymists and much, much more. The action goes (literally) round the world, to places like Egypt, India, Japan, the Philippines, all of Europe and, of course, Qwghlm, the fictional Island that also appears in Cryptonomicon.
I am in awe of how many themes are woven together in this book, and of the amount of research it must… Read more
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
It seems like Dan Brown is trying to develop a new format: The ultra-condensed thriller. The action in his latest book, deception point, took place over 48 hours, and most of the story in this book unfolds over only 12 hours. Considering this, Brown still manages to pack an enormous amount of action into such a short time span. The book takes off within the first few pages, and it simply doesn't let up until the (quite satisfying) conclusion. The action drives you forward, and there's always a new event or question that you're just burning to discover the explanation for.
The book works wonderfully as a thriller, but it works on another level as well: The alternative view on historical… Read more

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