What follows is my experience with reading (at least) 25 pages a day, and mini-reviews of the books I've read through it in January 2018. I find books to be a good way to learn something new and the easiest way to get more perspective on everyday things. It turned out to be a good "new year's resolution" and I intend to write a short summary of the books I cover each month.
What I would have liked to see: Perhaps more focus on the scientific aspect of the subject.
Would I read it again? - Probably not anytime soon. Not because there's anything wrong with it, but the concept is simple and it drives home the point in one go. There isn't much to go back to. It was an entertaining read, and I now don't feel as bad spending more time lazing around.
Would I read it again? - Definitely. Just browsing the table of contents was enough to refresh my memory (as it did at time of writing this), but there's a lot that I don't and would go back for.
Would I read it again? - For certain. It would take me a few more readings to truly remember all that it has to offer.
Would I read it again? - Yes. Just like the previous book, it would take another reading or two to get it all in.
Below are a few books that I started reading but didn't finish.