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Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
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This book was like setting on a (too) long hike in a new, beautiful part of the world. You have a real high for a while, then you find it's 10 miles to hike back out! This is a truly RICH articulation by a Nobel Prize winner of how we think (focusing on how we think WRONGLY so often). I found it very thought provoking and hugely engaging.... and after a week I had >200 pages to go and was exhausted. Hence, I skimmed (got airlifted out?) my way through the second half.

So if you're into human psychology and are up for a strenuous journey, you'll love this one. But since most folks aren't in such great 'shape', I'd not generally recommend.

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January 25, 2016 – Shelved

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