The Little Book of the Mind 

Reviewed By  Janet Mawdesley       November 26, 2014


Author  Surendra Verma

Distributor:       Booktopia/Amazon 
ISBN:                 9781742572130
Publisher:         New Holland
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This would have to be classed as one of those AH HA! books. Ah Ha ! So that’s what it is all about and so much more, you may say to yourself as you sit and ponder the enormity of the mind. That is of course if you happen to spend time in idle thought or simply just pondering!

Have you ever wondered about more than the universe: about things such as co-incidence: are think tanks really all there cracked up to be: does programing the mind to lose weight really work: do computers make a difference and does that last minute swot before a big exam really help?

Well! Many of the unanswerable ponderings of the many areas one may ponder upon, are able to be answered in a very scientific manner, while all the whilst still maintaining the mystique and immense scope covered by the mind – or rather the little known about the mind we do know, is able to be compiled into a fascinating look at so many of the funny little oddities and not so little oddities we face daily.

 Fascinating and entertaining, while all the while being totally informative, this very small book contains a huge wealth of information which reveals so much more than we ever though we would know about the way our brain functions. And what’s more it is written in such a way that it is also very humorous while being very pertinent making the entire book very entertaining and one which you will want to return to often to help answer those unanswerable ponderings!

A great read for one and all.