Questions. For general readers who are open to the possibility of changing one’s mind, there are loads of questions and doubts that arise in Chuck Klosterman’s book titled, But What If We're Wrong?: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past. I was entertained by the ways in which Klosterman poses his questions, and found myself putting the book down at several points and taking a walk to think about what I had just read. During a time when many of us are very firm in our views and can be stubborn about what we think we know, this book can open one’s mind to the possibility that we may well we wrong. For a dose of humility, peppered with humor, read this entertaining book.
Rating: Four-star (I like it)
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