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The irony of this damn book review taking me so damn long to write is that reading this book actually left me feeling kind of inspired.
This is one of those books that people always seem to put hype on and as such sometimes it is easy to be a little wary of it. What if it doesn’t live up to the hype and then you just have to awkwardly pretend that it does otherwise you risk ridiculing? Lucky for me this was not one of those books.
First of all the opening of this book is kind of genius and to be honest with you I am always going to be a fan of something that throws in a little bit of Greek mythology and then also kind of turn it on its head. I was in.
This book felt both big scale and then also just about people and the way that they interact with their life and the things that they want to achieve.
I tore through this book pretty quickly and it left me feeling so inspired afterwards. It was really a tale of working towards something that you want and was basically some kind of fable. Which to be honest at this moment in time I kind of needed.
I enjoyed the writing style. It was easy to read and had some great prose in it. Yes, sometimes it was a bit faux deep, but it felt in keeping with the book as a whole. And also some of the sentence themselves did kind of settle into some part of my psyche. I really needed to read some of these things it really put a fire under my ass.
It’s ultimately about getting to know yourself. It’s something that I think everyone should read at least once. It’s not life changing or anything (and sometimes people make it sound like it might be), but it does kind of make you feel some kind of way. It does remind of you of a few things and it does highlight that sometimes you just need to work really hard to get what you want and not be afraid of it.
Which is something I needed reminding of (which I know I have already implied, but there we go).
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