How do you kill 11 million people: why the truth matters more than you think by Andy andrews
This book is a waste of money.
It's a glorified pamphlet in hardcover form with large type, double spaced paragraphs, and huge margins. Easy enough to breeze through it before your coffee gets cold in your mug. Oh, and every other page is either dominated by an illustration or a quote blown up to take the whole page. And to add insult to injury, almost half of the book is an interview where the author basically interviewed himself...oh, and there are book club questions for some reason.
The only thing I took away from this book is a feeling of impending doom. Not an "Americans are sheep to the slaughter" feeling of impending doom. No...rather, it's alarming that Americans (or whoever reads this book) can find the material in this book new or a revelation to them.
Have they not paid attention in history class?
Have they not asked before now how something like the Holocaust could have even happened?
Have they not had the (not so) earthshattering revelation that politicians lie to youand that it's up to them as a conscientious voter to make an educated voting decision?
This "book" is just a glorified pamphlet of regurgitated and common sense revelations and not worth the retail value of $14.99.