The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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First place this book caught my attention because of the title. What sort of idiot picks such a title and gets a best seller out of it? I understand now. One can have a big mouth and be humble enough to teach you something valuable. It's worth a read.
Great book! Mark captures the attention of anyone who is looking for improvement in their life. The ability to understand that life is short and only to concerning ourselves with matters, people, and life experiences that ultimately satisfy our purpose and legacy.
The Best Book I’ve Ever Read
Thank you for taking the time and the countless energy to write this book. I am a believer that books like this help and in many case probably save people. I appreciate you sharing this with all of us. Thanks.
Do yourself a favor and read this book!
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
By Marine Chick
Raw and brilliant.
A book worth reading
Don’t judge this book by its title. You are in for a treat if you decide to give this book a try. Loved it from beginning to end. What an amazing story from an amazing person...
Yes, we are a generation that got more than we earned. Yes, Marc Manson made sense of the shame and guilt we all carry. Yes, we need to change, less whining and more giving a f**k about... well, that’s still in the making. When is book number two coming out?
No but seriously, great perspective, humble and simple yet so profound.
Great read, good humor, true meaning.
I’ve never read a book and pictured the author sitting me down and giving me a life lesson... thank you mark!
What a splendid book
By Jake M, Columbia, MO
This book captures the essence of many views on living a wise and meaningful life. Very well written and entertaining. This is one of those books that you’re going to want to read again to remind yourself of the concepts and many important points it makes straightforwardly. Thanks to Mark for getting this out there and best going forward.