Mind Games Mind Games

  • Title: Mind Games
  • Author: Michael Powell
  • ISBN: 9780760762783
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mind Games

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      Published :2019-03-14T22:42:03+00:00

    One thought on “Mind Games”

    1. A good one-day read. Some interesting topics raised, but definitely a reason why I found it on the Barnes and Noble bargain table.

    2. An amusing book filled with random pieces related to the brain (e.g. parts of the brain, brain health, study tips, etc.) Some of them are kind of useful and fun to read about it, but the book would sometimes take a sharp turn to the absurd and unscientific, such as the section on mind-bending spoons or how to gain ESP. Fortunately, I found these parts some of the funniest and so was no less amused. Not really something to sit and read, more a book you might pick up and flip through and read one [...]

    3. This book is an entertaining read to pick up when you have an odd 5 minutes to spare. It's written for entertainment, not education. The most useful information included is how to multiple double-digit numbers in your head.Plot: AWriting: CVocabulary: CLevel: EasyRating: PG13 (hypnotism, fire-walking, touching molten lead, ESP)

    4. This is a neat book. It's educational and fun all at once. There are bunch of little tips and tricks in here to help you do things, like setting your body clock or how to fire walk, and everything inbetween.

    5. This book is mearly okay. It's the sort of book you shoulsd keep in the bathroom. none of the different entries is longer than 3 pages. There are 50 entries/ chapters and I dog-eared the entries I found most interesting and possibly useful. There are only 13 dog-eared pages. Nuff said.

    6. I've been studying for the GREs so I thought I'd read a no brainer. It was short, had lots of pictures, and gives a paragraph description of some interesting things people do and can do with their minds.

    7. This was a fun little book. Interesting games and exercises. I could see how some of them would work, although I'm probably not going to host a spoon-bending party any time soon.

    8. A lot of useful knowledge in this book. And It was on the bargain side of the store so that makes it even better.

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