Tuesday, June 3, 2014

"An Enemy Called Average" book by John Mason - Short Review

Let me start off by saying that I'm not a fan of books with many small chapters. Some authors may argue that they do it on purpose so it can be read daily, by reading a chapter a day, but I say authors do it because they can't think beyond a couple of pages.

"An Enemy Called Average" is a Christian self-improvement book with 52 chapters. While it does cover a multitude of subjects, none of them are in depth enough to make it worth your time. If you've been reading self-improvement books for a while, you will likely come across things you've read before and it won't be expanded beyond what you remember.

With that being said, "An Enemy Called Average" would make a good introduction to the self improvement genre. Veterans, however, can skip this book unless they want to use it to remind themselves of important principles.

The book can be bought here:

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