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message 1: by Alexandra (new)

Alexandra Towner I personally enjoyed the book, but I believe that you are bringing up an interesting point. Why is it that one trend is picked over another? I suppose that it's just what's deemed “cool” by the connecters and trendsetters, but that aspect of the trend setting process was not fully explained in the book. I could understand how you may consider this “lack of depth analysis.” I think after reading the book fully, you have to understand that in all other aspects of the book it was incredibly thorough. If anything, this book could have been much shorter than its full 304 pages; the length is extended only due to the multiple detailed examples given, such as the Maven Mark Albert as detailed on page 63.

message 2: by Kaaren (new)

Kaaren Nafar Reading Fifty Shades of Grey made me contemplate suicide for a much shorter time that reading this bullshit. It's even worse that Fifty Shades of Grey!

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