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  • Posted March 5, 2010

    Super crunching crushed

    This book is a knowledge seeker's love story. It creatively makes math a fun and practical way to make life easier. The author gives his readers a conversation more than a story. He literally puts himself into the book. He'll stop in the middle of the page and start telling a new story about a time in his life. At first, it makes no sense but then it ties back to the paragragh he interupted. He makes the book not just for people who are scholars or formula freeks, but for people who might not understand why math would be important in thier everyday lives.
    The book was an interesting read but not a page turner. It is like a book of jokes, only good the first time you read it. I'm not saying it is not a good book, but it is only good one time around. It was a compelling idea but it lacks in the pizazze portion to keep absent-minded readers entertained all the way through the book.
    The writer's craft was so different from anything else I have read. It was a good change of pace. It seemed as if he was answering questions I had thought of and wonderd but never expected anyone would know the answer. Like I said ealier, it was more a conversation between writer and reader than a story. I realy liked the personal touches he made in the book. It made it easier to understand.

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