Think Quantum, Be Creative
Paperback, 264 pages
Published March 3rd 2014 by Hay House, Inc.
The content is amazing. I mean, it's all in there. Everything you want and the kitchen sink, but the text is full of jargon that only a truly masterful mind who lives in the quantum world would understand. The author said that this book was for the layperson. That made me think it would be easy to read but I felt like I was walking through thick mud and my eyes strained as I moved from page to page.
There are many stories the author uses as examples that are great but they almost have a detached feeling about them as if stuck into certain places in the text to explain a concept.
I plan to keep this book and use it as a reference book because a book with a creativity theme is always something I will come back to over and over again.
Thank you to Hay House for allowing me to read this book. I truly did learn a whole LOT!
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