Eric Isaac Isaac itibaren Osokory, Poltavs'ka oblast, Ukrayna
A horribly-written and assembled collection of tripe; it has no cohesive voice, no cohesive theme, and is completely facile towards its subject. I literally threw the book across the room when I read, 'Quantum Physicists will tell you the universe was created from thought!'. No, numbfucker, they won't. Not to mention the 'facts' they assert don't have citations to lend those assertions the slightest hint of credibility. If you want me to believe that 'thinking positively will lead to success because your energy and focus will follow and, in turn, develop into what you hope for' then fine, I'll go down that road with you but this is just shit. This is 'What the Bleep do We Know' blended with 'The Celestine Prophecy' blended with a steaming turd. My wish, universe, is that this book be banished to Cthulu's hell-mouth and regurgitated as Kevin Trudeau's doppelgänger. Make it so!
Similar but somewhat inferior to "Feed" and "The City of Ember."
Strange, depressing, mesmerizing, leaves you hollow, which I suppose is what Camus wanted. Quick read.
Best. Book. Ever. I've recommended this book to every single person I know and every single one of them has loved it. Life-changing.