“The Book of Questions” by Gregory Stock

The Book of Questions is a delightful read that asks 293 different questions that cause the reader to look within and assess their morals, values, dreams, and goals.  Each question comes out of a proverbially “Left Field”, asking questions like:  “If someone offered you a bribe….?”; “What is your greatest accomplishment?”; “If you came upon a scene of an accident….?”  On and on, one is forced to look within and consider their own persona, their curiosities, their attitudes.  

The original book was published in 1987, and has been updated to reflect our more technological society, and the gradual erosion of our society’s values and norms.

If the reader is looking for a book that would cause some fun, entertaining, and interesting self-examination, this is a book for you.   I thoroughly enjoyed my initial reading, and fully plan to re-read and write answers to each and every question.  I think it will be a very valuable and worth-while exercise.

I highly recommend this read.

I received an ARC copy of this book in e-book format from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest appraisal.  There are no personal, professional, or financial ties between this reviewer and the publisher or author.  My review may also be found on http://www.Netgalley.com.


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