MEMBRE

Alexei Tcherkassov

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interesting and helpful book

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Rédigé le : 20/08/2019

one of the best self improvement books I've read! a very interesting subject, with good examples. I think this book will have a durable little impact on my world view

not for beginners

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Rédigé le : 04/01/2019

if you are like me, don't know much about Confucius and want to get a little insight into one of the most notable books, well it's probably not the right place to start. at least for me it was very difficult to gasp the ideas of the book. I most certainly need more information and preparation to understand it, especially in audiobook version.

eye opening study of our decisions for the future

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Rédigé le : 17/11/2018

contains a lot of interesting idea about our capacities to forecast the future. divides the world in two Camps, one foreseeable ("mediocristan") and one completely unforeseeable ("extremistan") and shows how our world is mostly unforeseeable.
don't read it if you want to keep faith into forecasters!
for some people the book might seem negative as the author heavily attacks many established rules and tradition, but for me it was a door opening reading which gives a different view on my daily actions.
my favorite recommendation from this book: "don't run after the train."

great book!

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Rédigé le : 23/10/2018

the book gives a great overview about the scientific works of the author. it's a superb introduction into the psychology behind our daily thoughts, opinions and decisions. the author provides ideas, vocabulary and very numerous examples of how or thinking works.
one of the very few books I would recommend reading/listening to people around me.

great fiction!

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Rédigé le : 10/09/2018

Men, Gods, Undead, unknown beings - this book is full of mysterious and at the same time familiar and exciting personages. it's a story about a grey common and untalkative hero, about his journey presented as a road trip through past and future, about his encounters and unconscious actions, about his believe in everything and absence of convictions. I enjoyed this great work of fiction.

bcp d'action sans prise de tête

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Rédigé le : 11/08/2017

l'histoire est amusant mais en fin du compte un peu légère. le lecteur est bombardé par une multitude des évènements, mais il n'y a pas de profondeur. on passe quand même un moment agréable avec ce livre, sur tout si on ne veut pas se prendre la tête.

great comedy

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Rédigé le : 03/01/2017

OK, I've heard stories about this book while my life but actually never got to read it. thanks to this performance I know all the adventures of the brave soldier Shvejk!
it's an amazing comedy about a war adventure (although there is not one shot in the whole book) and the unbelievable person who lets you wonder who is an idiot: he himself or all his superiors?

amazing story

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Rédigé le : 07/11/2016

the best Murakami I've read/heard so far! the story is complex, surprising and super capturing. the quality of this audiobook is perfect.