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The Upside of Irrationality Summary

Quick Summary: The Upside of Irrationality is the second book by social scientist Dan Ariely, and it is a fitting follow-up to his first book, Predictably Irrational: if in his debut Ariely revealed the preprogrammed biases which instigate us to make unwise choices, here he shows the unexpected benefits (and, sometimes, downsides) of these decisions.

Blue Like Jazz PDF Summary

Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality You’ve probably never met a Christian such as Donald Miller. After all, his most famous book is subtitled “nonreligious thoughts on Christian spirituality.” And, even more curiously, it is titled: Blue Like Jazz. Who Should […]

The Silent Patient PDF Summary

Do you know who Alcestis was? We guarantee you that you’ll do once you finish this book. Also, we guarantee you a lot of fun and, quite possibly, a dropped jaw. Ladies and gentlemen, our summary of Alex Michaelides’ debut: […]

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