Ariel Li Li itibaren Tower Hill, NB E5A, Kanada
Not what I thought it was going to be. The book has little to no practical use. For those interested in this topic, read Robert Greene's "48 Laws of Power".
I heard David Gilmour and his son in an interview on NPR and they interested me enough to get the book of their" adventures" out of the library. Very quick and enjoyable read. Loved the discussion of the boy's fear of his father( of his disapproval) and his statement that isn't it time I was my own person and not always looking to you or worrying about your reaction, certainly struck a chord. Now not many would agree with the father's decision to allow his son to drop out of school but then he doesn't seek our approval and conversion; and that's what I like about it. No telling you how to deal with teenagers or life( as in Eat Pray Vomit); he is fearful himself of the consequences.