What? Are These the 20 Most Important Questions in Human History or is This a Game of 20 Questions? by Mark Kurlansky
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Can a book only pose questions and be a viable book? Can an author be so astute that he can write so many interesting questions? Does reading such a book get quite annoying after awhile?
Answer to all these is "Yes!"
This premise is so clever that it is hard not to appreciate it. The idea that questions are so integral to our continued reading and understanding is purposed. And, the idea that if we had bothered to truly find the answers to a lot of questions we would be in a much better place.
A fun read, but, don't you think I am happy to be finished with it?
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