By Jack Anderson
on July 23, 2019
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is a great book. The primary reason is that it is a fun and quick read. The tone is, like its title, purposely and openly subversive.
EVERYTHING WRONG IS GOOD...
Like in many books, the author is trying to be counterintuitive. Therefore, by saying that everything is wrong, it follows a similar approach, which makes the book slightly off.
Also, I think that the book is going in so many directions that it is rather difficult to grasp the main narrative. Since this is mostly about philosophical concepts, everything that is said is at times going against other elements said earlier or later. You have to let go. Don't try. But at the same time, never stop becoming who you are. But never succeed becoming who you are. Insert fun story. And life sucks. So don't be afraid to do what you want in life. But nothing makes any sense because we all die at the end...
But I'm too cruel with this book. It is really great, as it provides many great concepts with a nice package and many great and fun stories.
I give it 7 out of 10. Fun!
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