Review: One really should read this book to see how an opportunist like Rachel Carson can take vague statements and innuendo while mixing facts and fantasy until it is not only believable, but downright frightening! If you wonder how Greenpeace got so carried away that the original founder quit, and children are frightened and brainwashed by their parents and well-meaning teachers, read this!
It is impossible to calculate the negative effect this particular book has had on the world. This is where ... Read more
Review: This book was well written, and provided encouragement for seeking new alternatives in life. A distraction was its reliance on popular persons for examples. It seemed as though the author was name dropping. Nonetheless, it was a worthwhile read. Read more
Review: One of the best books that I am currently using in group therapy with a group of women who are surviving a relationship/marriage with narcissist. For them, the book feels like their personal biography of their relationships. Read more
Review: Just okay....this book covers a lot of common problems with in-law relationships, but doesn't really give much insight on how to handle the different issues. It's basically just a "let's just all get along" message. I didn't find it helpful. Read more
Review: Great and very practical book!! Very easy to follow. Life makes a lot of sense to me after reading this book. I understand myself much better Read more
Review: Not that useful for me. I am emotionally, verbally, spiritually and financially battered wife for 21 years. Getting a divorce now but this book was not directly addressing that issue exactly for me.
Perhaps I am the wrong audience. Read more