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on March 22, 2018
Seventy pages of large font with double spacing apparently is too brief to summarize the in-depth material of 12 Rules For Life with much clarity. Thoughts and sentences are thrown together lacking stories and context that give them meaning. Also, the edition I received contains several glaring typos and/or misspelled words. Would not recommend.
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on May 27, 2018
Thought this was the paperback version of the book ... could be more clear on Amazon that this is a cliff notes version of the book not what I wanted
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on July 17, 2018
It should be made clear - THIS IS *NOT* the book by Jordon Peterson, but a poorly written "Summary" booklet by James Harvard. While The man may have the last name of Harvard, I'm guessing from the quality of writing in this book, he was not educated there. For example, typos in a subheading such as - "innate evil, just as they have innate goo" - simply crosses the line of inept and dives right past inexcusable. The grammar and syntax is consistently terrible, and while I have yet to read Peterson's book (emphasis on YET), it leads me to believe that this thing is probably not a reliable summary. The bottom line? I suspect these 70 pages (large type with wide leading and wide margins) could have been condensed into a 20 page brochure and is nothing more than a shameless money grab, riding Peterson's current high profile book as a vehicle. As my grandfather was fond of saying "This dog won't hunt."
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on August 8, 2018
Although this comes up as the first hit on a search, it’s just a “summary”.

This is basically a college Freshman level book report replete with typos and double spaced with a large font to bulk up the paper into some sort of booklet.

Ignore, avoid and move on.
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on August 12, 2018
Maybe it’s a poor summery of a good book. Did not appreciate the opinion piece in the intro nor the many typos, wrong words selected in spell check. It’s so short, and editor should have caught all of the errors.
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on July 2, 2018
Couldn't put it down, pretty quick read and good advice.
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on June 4, 2018
I love it overall, although there are several grammatical errors; duplicated words, extra words etc.. it is a quick read sure to jumpstart your enthousiasm for life it definitely was a refocusimg moment for me.
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on May 17, 2018
great summary
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on August 8, 2018
Caveat Emptor. This is a summary if the book by a different author. In searching for the title this comes up first, the actual book later. My mistake. I am disappointed in my mistake and the "book" itself.
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on March 23, 2018
really great
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