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“Because of Ronson’s relentless self-deprecation and goofy, British humor, it’s easy to tag along without fully realizing the rigor of his reporting, which is itself frenzied with compulsive questioning and obsessive research.” -- The Boston Globe
“A rollicking, page-turner of a book... no ordinary piece of investigative journalism… Ronson’s storytelling skills are strong enough to enliven even the necessary reflections that would be one yawn after another if entrusted to a lesser writer.” -- San Francisco Chronicle
“…A book that manages to be as cheerily kooky as it is well-researched.” -- Los Angeles Times
“Engagingly irreverent…” -- New York Times
“[A] fascinating and humane book…” -- Washington Post Book World
“…Both terrifying and hilarious.” -- O, The Oprah Magazine
Jon Ronson’s works include The Amazing Adventures of Phoenix Jones, and Them: Adventures with Extremists and The Men Who Stare at Goats—both international bestsellers. The Men Who Stare at Goats was as a major motion picture, released in 2009 and starring George Clooney. Ronson lives in London.
a big chuck of the book was verbatim from this author's TED talk which I watched first, so that was kind of a disappointment. All the good parts of the book I already knew about.Published 1 month ago by pinkandpurple
Scary, scary, scary. I ended up thinking of past bosses and am pretty sure they would fit the psycho profile.Published 1 month ago by janice
Much more than a book about psychopaths. It's a look at the whole "madness industry" where, it seems, every human behaviour has to have a diagnostic label. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trevor
The first Jon Ronson book I read. I couldn't put it down. I will no doubt be reading anything else he puts out.Published 5 months ago by D. Florek
This is a very strangely written book. I would not reccommend it to anyone.Published 8 months ago by Eliza Forbes
Such a great read. I couldn't put it down and then i bought copies for my friends.Published 9 months ago by Frog Feet