Tuesday, November 10, 2009
"Spiritual Serendipity: Cultivating and Celebrating the Art of the Unexpected" by Richard Eyre
My grade: D
My biggest criticism of this book: it is entirely useless. It does mention what its intentions are, but I'm not sure that it really lives up to those. Half of the book is wasted away on defining (and redefining) what serendipity means, and then telling a long fairy tale about something that has something to do with serendipity.
In general, I'm not necessarily big on self-help books and it's perhaps due to books like this.