1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Having read Allen Carr's stop smoking book years ago and never smoked again, I thought I'd give his 'Get Out of Debt' book a try.
It's very much in the same formula and if you always have to have the best of everything, but keep increasing your debts or have a house full of things you never use and keep increasing your debts, you may find it beneficial.
However, I was already gradually getting out of debt when I read it, mostly by earning more money and just reducing a couple of regular outgoings and the book just made me panic, treating my over-spending as an addiction.
I was very disappointed that this focus on 'getting over your over-spending addiction'… Read more
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
One of my favourite bits of this story is when Barney meets Stig by falling in the dump. Stig is a sort of cave man, except that he uses much different tools than a real cave man would. And who would light a fire with a TV aerial and a broken chair leg?
I wished that it was longer, because I liked it so much.
Tormey Woods, age 7.