Review of ‘Rewire’

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Rewire by Mike Morosov is a short guide to getting your life in order through mindful actions. Short paragraphs containing actions at the end that are useful to people who want to get their life in order. The actions the author prescribes, while simple, can have a profound impact on an individual’s outlook on life, and if practiced faithfully, can show immediate results. A useful book, it would be even more so if the author had gone into more detail—but, that’s just the opinion of someone who has practiced meditation for decades.

As self-help books go, this one has the advantage of being short and easy to read. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. The theme and intent of the book is definitely five star, but I was a bit distracted by the author’s tendency to change from addressing the reader as ‘you’ in places, and then switching to third person, often in the same paragraph. A minor style glitch that doesn’t really mar the value of the book all that much, but one worth noting. Nonetheless, I give it a solid three and a half stars for a good first effort.

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