Morgan Howarth Howarth itibaren 62010 Montecassiano MC, İtalya
Bu kitabın gelişmiş bir kopyasını okuyacak kadar şanslıydım ve yazamadım. Bu etkileyici bir başlangıç romanı ve Jaime Reed'ten daha fazlasını okumak için sabırsızlanıyorum.
The author has the absolute best intentions, but her execution was severely lacking. She relies too heavily anecdotes instead of facts/data, and (as we all do) mistakes her personal experience for universal truth. The book is also wrought with logical fallacies, which doesn't do much to bolster her worthwhile arguments. My primary problem is that she romanticizes and therefore dehumanizes low-income communities of color. She stereotypes poor people and Native Americans in a way only white, middle-class folks can do, and it is absolutely maddening. Although it's far more well-intentioned than a Klan member's bucket of stereotypes, it's equally ludicrous. I would recommend this book to people completely new to the concepts of frugality and simple living who often find themselves horrifying their more aware peers by saying things like, “Mixed race babies are so cute.” Basically, folks who mean well but just don’t get it.