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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

What I've Learned: An Encyclopedia of Perpetual Bullshit by Christopher T Heist

What I've Learned: An Encyclopedia of Perpetual BullshitWhat I've Learned: An Encyclopedia of Perpetual Bullshit
by Christopher T Heist


My rating: 4.1 of 5 stars



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If you have picked up What I've Learned expecting some enlightening book about life and the meaning and purpose of life, why we are here and what you need to do to enjoy life then you found the wrong book. If you picked it up for a humorous look at life, with a slightly irreverent tone and some sarcasm then you definitely found the right book! Author Christopher T. Heist takes a conversational approach and writes a book that flows from topic to topic about life, what he has experienced and been through, yet without the rose=colored glasses that most people tend to write with. This book tells it like it is, with a slightly irreverent, sarcastic and humorous tone.

What I've Learned flows more as one person talking to another than having a typical book like structure which makes it feel more casual and friendly. It also lends itself well to the whole concept of the non-serious and funny tone of the book. The subtitle of the book is An Encyclopedia of Perpetual Bullshit, that alone ought to tell you this is not going to be a serious tome! Author Christopher T. Heist takes a natural look at everything that comes to his minds, and lets it all flow out as it comes. This is a fun read and something that would be a great airplane ride read. It's an adult book, although older teens would be fine reading it, and its just something fun and enjoyable with a little of everything.

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