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Good, practical textbook on enoughness
on 4 April 2018
You probably want to know about the contents:
For a journalist the text is well written. It does not pretend to know it all, you must ditch everything tone, it's reasonable and practical. The hardcover is of good quality. It has some structure, but the author tends to meander around inside sections. It does not give you 5 steps to eternal bliss. It's pleasant to read but nothing mind altering or shocking. Get and read it more like a statement.
The cover is a bit grayish, spotty, something you don't see from the photos on the Internet.
There are several words that I had to look up in a dictionary, but that's often a good sign.
I suggest to the prospective buyer to not read everything at once, because it has many references so take the time to follow, perhaps a few pages before sleeping.
I ordered this book, but then realized my birthday was forthcoming and I should put this on my wishlistr, immediately canceled but the order cancellation was ignored and the book was dispatched and could no longer be called back.
SO: think twice before you buy, ask yourself if your birthday is not soon.
I bought it as occasion, Very Good, but in practice for the first time in my whole 45+ years of continuous existence I actually, I kid you not, had to use washing soap to remove the dirt and stains from the hard cover. SO: either buy it new, or buy it as Like New but then hard cover!
I should probably remove a star because of this, but since it is my very last item I will buy this year (promise!) its 5 stars serve as a hallmark of that intention.