I feel very special at being the first one to rate this book a one star.
The quotations were cool The “brilliant observations” were not (they were also not particularly ‘brilliant’ in my opinion). Too bad, because I really wanted to like this book.
I guess I’m the only one who expected more (fun) out of something with that title. And, you know, the part where it claimed to be “easy and fun to read”…
It was easy, it wasn’t fun. I got bored, I moved on.
Either philosophy books aren’t for me or I’m really choosing all the bad ones.