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Reviewed in Australia on 4 November 2020
Book (so far) does what it says. Peterson has produced an incredible manifesto on how humans make and pursue meaning in their lives, marrying threads of sociology, religion and science.

Sadly, the enjoyment of the book is somewhat diminished by the low-quality provider Amazon sourced to print the book. The front and back cover should be considered the grade below 'paper' and more importantly some words come out half-printed (though in Amazon's defence this was only in handful of instances). Book deserved better!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Awesome book but let down by Amazon's print provider
Reviewed in Australia on 4 November 2020
Book (so far) does what it says. Peterson has produced an incredible manifesto on how humans make and pursue meaning in their lives, marrying threads of sociology, religion and science.

Sadly, the enjoyment of the book is somewhat diminished by the low-quality provider Amazon sourced to print the book. The front and back cover should be considered the grade below 'paper' and more importantly some words come out half-printed (though in Amazon's defence this was only in handful of instances). Book deserved better!
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