There're a lot of typos in this book, but it shouldn't affect the ideas from getting through. Unfortunately, if you have even a slightly open mind and have exposed yourself to different Youtubers, publications and perspectves (non-mainstream) you'll find this book merely rehashes them. I found absolutely nothing new in this book. If you haven't yet considered the malaise in society, this is a mediocre starting point.
4.0 out of 5 starsGreat topics, so-so writing, lots of typos
18 July 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
I found the topics discussed in this book fascinating and important, but it badly needs an editor and some proofreading. The typos are numerous. Lots of the sentences are clumsy and flow poorly. Fewer cliches would be helpful (mortal coil? just no). I think overall it could use a more restrained tone, less casual. It reads more like blog postings much of the time. Actually printing 'LOL.' was a step too far.
I do hope that this author in future editions and future publications will perhaps at least employ more stringent proof-reading.
A tip from writing copy way back when: read sections out loud to help illuminate typos and clumsy sentences. I don't know how useful that is for large works, but for copy it was effective, just like turning an artwork upside down to find flaws in your composition.
I enjoy the author's works and hope their next effort will be a little more polished and buttoned-down.
5.0 out of 5 starsAn Great Understanding of the modern world!
20 August 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
A fantastic read. It is refreshing to know there are authors that acknowledge the modern decay and record it for us knowledge seekers. I highly recommend this book to those looking for reasons why society in the West, and the world, has vomited out the mess we see.