Faultless. Readers who like to be entertained by non-fiction should consider reading Charlie Campbell’s book, Scapegoat: A History of Blaming Other People. Over the course of 200 briskly moving pages, Campbell catalogues the ways in which we have placed blame other people over the centuries. I found that reading this during a presidential campaign brought an extra level of entertainment value. I was impressed that Campbell was able to avoid jargon while presenting his narrative. Sample a few pages to see what you think. If you don’t like it, you can blame me.
Rating: Three-star (Recommended)
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