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You are dying, and your world is a lie (Epic series Book 2) by [Truant, J.]
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  • Print Length: 10 pages
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  • Language: English
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I thought this was a good read.

The author has a nice turn of phrase and uses language eloquently. Reading it won't change your life, any more than waking up in the morning and finding that you are, in fact, still yourself will cause you to feel particularly good about the world. But it might act like a dip of the head in a bucket of cold water. Not neccessarily pleasant, but bracing, definitely bracing.

Well worth a read.
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Gave me a few things to think about.
..... Mainly that I ( and I also think most of us) waste too much of the little time we've got either doing nothing or things we don't want to do, when we could be making positive choices to live life and do things that whilst may not always enjoyable, will be memorable. And at least we'll have experienced them.
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This is so brilliantly genuine, and I didn't find it difficult to come to terms with any part of what was mentioned. This essay was inspirational, despite its title.

I happened to agree with a lot of what was said, particularly the part where it mentions that people are always trying to fit everything in, their families, their work and then they become impatient when asked to do something meaningless. I'm a lot like this.
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I love this author and wish they lived in my head telling me to do stuff and not be lazy. I like the hard hitting talk and this book does make you think. After reading this I want to do stuff instead of my lying in state on my sofa stuffing Oreo biscuits into my mouth and moaning about my wobbly bits.
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This book should be required reading for everyone who wants to actually live life, rather than sleep walk and just exist through it.

His other books are equally good, and to not give 20 minutes of your life to them is insane.
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I reckon at 43 I'm probably in about the same place as Johnny B Truant is now. A nice short read that reaffirms
my own opinions with some extra observations about life et al. As much as I agree with the sentiments in the blog, It
might have been appropriate to maybe warn against an excessive drive to experience pain. I mean, we wouldn't want people salsa
dancing on the M62 or juggling toasters in the bath (Although now I come to think of it those Ideas sound kind of appealing)
Anyway, good work from Truant.Definitely worth a download. I wonder if I can swing out of my bedroom skylight and through into the living room via the window. AAaaaaaaaaaaaargh ! No.
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Doesn't say much beyond the obvious. Tries too hard to shock, but forgets that the reader is already converted to existentialism.
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I really want to like this book. I really do, but I also have to be honest about it. The main theme of the book is a good one to explore, and all the conclusions during it make sense, but there are a couple of points made (to support the theories in the entire book) that haven't been researched. This then makes every conclusion and theory in the book fall flat. The logic is there, but the knowledge is lacking.

But I will praise the author for their passion. The passion in this book is right at the forefront, and it doesn't stop for a second.

If you're part of the heavy metal/alternative/counter culture community, then you will find some interesting references in this book.
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