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Fool Me Twice by Shawn Lawrence Otto
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Feb 09, 2012

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A good book, not a great book. There is much knowledge in here to be gleaned, and quite an excellent history of the why of American ignorance, but it plods at times and there are several 20-30 page swaths that are not easy reading. In the hands of a non-scientist or non-religious person, the information would have been easier to digest. What's interesting about that is the book explains how scientists have such a tough time explaining themselves, an ironic fault with the book itself! Surprising is a lack of hopefulness. Hopefulness would have been better. The author has much to learn about delivering a message.

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