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2.0 out of 5 starsA hotchpotch
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 June 2014
I have many books on this subject. One never stops learning and therefore I am always keen to discover additional information. Alas, this book is not one that is going to enhance my knowledge in any way. As with any subject, what one gets out of a book is subject not only to the book itself but also what we already know and therefore this book might be of some use to someone who has not studied the subject before - but I really can't see any 'seasoned hand' finding anything new in it. Novices will find the format easy to digest, however. If I had to sum up this book in but a few sentences I would say that the biggest error by the author was trying to condense a mass of knowledge into such a 'small' book. It might work as an adjunct to his seminars but as a stand-alone piece of work it leaves a lot to be desired.
Wasn't impressed. Felt like I was a teacher and was reading a high school level essay. It also seemed like more of a shout out to the real pioneers of this study and it was just a summary of basic and even common sense material. Just hear from the horses mouth and read dr. Paul eckmans work.