“12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos” By Jordan B. Peterson Review

What does everyone in the modern world need to know? Renowned psychologist Jordan B. Peterson’s answer to this most difficult of questions uniquely combines the hard-won truths of ancient tradition with the stunning revelations of cutting-edge scientific research.

I had this book for a very long time on my TBR list and I finally took the time to read this one. And I gotta tell you that this book is complete worth reading it and the time you will spend reading this book.

I personally am a huge fan of Jordan B. Peterson and I’ve been on couple of his lectures and on his book tour. 

This book has many good outlook at the problems people might have in their lives. And it does go deep into some of these problems and it gives us clear solutions on what we can do to make our lives better. 

However this book has couple useless examples like the lobster example in Rule 1. Which really didn’t need to be there and it wouldn’t change the book in any way. 

Jordan B Peterson is a christian and believes in God but the huge talk about religion talk in this book really annoyed me because I am a huge atheist and I’ve been that for my whole life. All these religion talks in this book really made me stop reading this book and read something else instead so this is way it took me weeks to actually finish this book. 

This book is super enjoyable and you will learn a lot from this book, and it is a really quick read overall. 

The writing style here was very good and it felt more like sitting down with Jordan Peterson and hear him talk rather than reading a book. While reading this book I’ve heard Jordan Peterson’s voice somehow which I really didn’t mind. 

I give this book 4 / 5

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