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(5/5) This is a GREAT book. It's a graphic novel, so it's not for everyone. My little brother, who isn't much of a reader, read this two or three times.
(4/5) Those who have read my blog know I have a VERY large group of interests. You may also know that I have a difficult time choosing between them, often causing deadlock and accomplishing nothing. This book gave me a method of slowly working on a multitude of interests while not being beholden to a single one. It's a good read.
(5/5) This book is probably meant to be a joke more than anything, but I found that it was both entertaining and had some good ideas. I just reread the book and am starting to implement one or two of the patterns. I'll blog about the results, if there are any.
(5/5) This is probably my favorite science fiction 'trilogy' in existence. If you have never even heard of it, shame on you.
(5/5) This is another great book. Basically, it's a lot of simple techniques to make learning a little bit easier and automatic. I'll be rereading it again in the next month or so and will extend this recommendation then.
(5/5) Yes, a kid's book. And, yes, I have a good reason. This is probably the book that got me interested in science fiction in the first place. It's the first in a four book series. And, yes, I still reread it from time to time.