Nonsense : The power of not knowing

nonsense

Format: Dead Trees

Source: Public Library

Rating: 2.5

This book was Nonsense.  Well, not really nonsense, parts of it made sense.  But those parts didn’t seem to have an overall arching theme.  It was more like a couple of interesting stories in between random other stories.  Parts reminded me of Gladwell, or Levitt but where there examples all tied together I felt this book was missing something.  In the first few chapters there were a couple interesting insights into cults.  Towards the end of the book I enjoyed the examples of Bilingual children learning differently.

 

 

 

 

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