Trick your Brain for Happiness

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 03 Jan 2020

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It's a short book at only 45 pages. You can finish it in an hour tops.

The problem with the book is that it wasn't edited. The book is in very serious need of proper editing, proofreading and even a little structure.

The ideas weren't bad, it's clear that the author has done his research. But he needs to polish the work more. Rather than a finished book, this resembled first draft of an outline for the same book. I wish that the author would work a little harder on presentation and share his good ideas with the world.

I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley.
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Some interesting ideas in this one.

Thank you to NetGalley and to the publisher for allowing me to read this in exchange for an honest review.
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An interesting analysis of happiness and humanity, exploring both academic research and more unscientific approaches. The tone is a bit odd - it reads like a first draft of a university essay, and there is a definite lack of direction. I wasn't really sure what this book wanted to achieve, but while there were some interesting elements, it wasn't really what I expected, and I personally wouldn't recommend it.
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