God’s Debris by Scott Adams
This book is exactly what you would not expect from Scott Adams. His Dilbert’s have been a part of our corporate lives forever. But this is a small book where he is trying to answer some fundamental questions that we all face in life, be it about God, science, religion, our beliefs, people, relationships etc. He has tried to address about 25 such common questions or doubts that we usually have. The last chapter is the only place you feel the Scott Adam that we are used to.
At times the book looks too simple, and at times it comes out very profound. The good part is that none of the topics are dragged at all and to a few questions, where there is no clear answer, the two protagonist just smile and move on to the next question. Not that you agree with all the explanations mentioned, but it’s a gripping narrative that keeps you there.
A good one hour read kind of book. This is the first book that I have read as e-book, usually I like holding the book in my hand and read.http://www.anureviews.com/gods-debris-by-scott-adams/http://www.anureviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2005/12/2004329803-260x260-0-0_Gods_Debris_A_Thought_Experiment_by_Scott_Adams.jpghttp://www.anureviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2005/12/2004329803-260x260-0-0_Gods_Debris_A_Thought_Experiment_by_Scott_Adams-150x150.jpgPhilosophyThis book is exactly what you would not expect from Scott Adams. His Dilbert’s have been a part of our corporate lives forever. But this is a small book where he is trying to answer some fundamental questions that we all face in life, be it about God, science,...Anuradha GoyalAnuradha Goyal[email protected]AdministratorAnuradha Goyal is the author of 'The Mouse Charmers - Digital Pioneers of India' , a travel blogger and an Innovation consultant. AnuReviews - her book reviews blog finds a place in Limca Book of Records for being India's biggest book reviews blog. Know More ...Anu Reviews